Trump's peace plan 'won't be loved by either side'
The Trump administration is nearly finished drafting its proposal and will release it soon, Haley said on Thursday during a question-and-answer session at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics, reported Washington Post.
She added that US negotiators Jared Kushner and Jason D Greenblatt are 'still going back and forth," and she gave no more specific date for when it would be made public.
"They're coming up with a plan. It won't be loved by either side, and it won't be hated by either side."
The long-anticipated proposal follows Trump's recognition in December of Jerusalem as Israel's captial, a move that broke with decades of US policy.
Palestinian leaders have said the Jerusalem decision means the United States can no longer be an honest broker.
She added that "it is hard for me to see how they would want a single state," and added that she thinks "they are pushing toward a two-state" outcome.
On Tuesday, the United States declared at the United Nations it was "ready to talk" with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who rejected US-led peace efforts after Washington's Jerusalem decision.
Earlier during a rare UN Security Council address, Abbas called for a multilateral international conference to be held by mid-2018 to pave way for full Palestinian statehood, along with a solution to the decades-long Palestinian-Israeli conflict.