Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas holds a document while speaking during a Security Council meeting at the United Nations in New York, U.S., February 11, 2020. Abbas, appearing before the United Nations Security Council, angrily rejected U.S. President Donald Trump's Middle East peace proposal on Tuesday as a gift to Israel and unacceptable to Palestinians. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas speaks during a Security Council meeting at the United Nations in New York, U.S., February 11, 2020. Waving a copy of a map that the U.S. plan envisions for a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine, Abbas said the state carved out for Palestinians looks like a fragmented "Swiss cheese." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas holds a document while speaking during a Security Council meeting at the United Nations in New York, U.S., February 11, 2020. His appearance came as a draft U.N. Security Council resolution is being circulated that would condemn an Israeli plan to annex its settlements in the West Bank, in what would amount to a rebuke of the Trump plan. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas holds a map while speaking during a Security Council meeting at the United Nations in New York, U.S., February 11, 2020. The draft text, circulated to council members by Tunisia and Indonesia, would face a certain U.S. veto, but nonetheless reflected some members' dim view of the peace plan that Trump rolled out two weeks ago with great fanfare. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas holds a document while speaking during a Security Council meeting at the United Nations in New York, U.S., February 11, 2020. Abbas called on Trump to disavow the plan and seek a return to negotiations based on existing U.N. resolutions that call for a two-state solution based on pre-1967 border lines. He urged the Security Council to hold an international conference to implement a settlement. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas speaks during a Security Council meeting at the United Nations in New York, U.S., February 11, 2020. Abbas said the deal is not an international partnership but rather a proposal from one state supported by another state to be imposed on Palestinians. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton