The Vice President of the U.S Mike Pence on Saturday said that Donald Trump is seriously considering to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Pence told the influential American Israel Public Affairs Committee at its annual policy conference in Washington. It was Pence’s first time speaking to the conference. Also Pence said that there will be peace and cooperation not only with Israel but also with the Middle East. The U.S. Embassy, like nearly all other foreign embassies in Israel, is located in Tel Aviv. During the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, Trump’s team spoke often about moving the embassy to Jerusalem, but the problem is if Trump moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem is strongly opposed by many U.S. allies. The Palestinian Authority has warned that such a move could have “disastrous results”. Relocating the embassy would be seen as an explicit recognition of Jerusalem’s belonging to Israel, potentially pre-determining the outcome of eventual peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. “Under President Donald Trump, if the world knows nothing else, the world will know this: America stands with Israel”, Pence said. Finally he criticized Iran for its mode of operation.