The White House has developed a plan according to which the Gaza Strip will be governed after the war by the renewed Palestinian Authority, which now holds power in the Palestinian settlements in the West Bank. This was reported by Politico, citing sources.
"It's an imperfect solution, but American officials see it as the best of a bad options. It could also put the United States on a collision course with the Israeli government," the publication writes.
Secretary of State Blinken and other administration officials have publicly stated that a "vibrant" Palestinian Authority should govern the region, without revealing other details.
The US concept is a multi-stage reconstruction of Gaza after the end of the war.
But the Americans have already faced resistance from Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, who has effectively ruled out the future role of the Palestinian Authority in the Gaza Strip. Israeli authorities are largely unwilling to discuss anything other than the current war.