The videoconference was held as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has recently mulled extending his country’s oversight over parts of the West Bank containing Jewish settlements — deliberations that have angered the Palestinian side.

The four foreign ministers instead offered their help in finding “a constructive new beginning” in the region, adding they would not recognize any change to the 1967 borders unless it was agreed to by both parties to the conflict.

Netanyahu spoke to U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson about the issue on Monday evening.

“Israel is prepared to conduct negotiations on the basis of President Trump’s peace plan which is both creative and realistic and will not return to the failed formulas of the past,” the Israeli government said in a statement.

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