Germany, France, Egypt, and Jordan said Israel should refrain from annexing parts of the Palestinian territories, Al Jazeera reported.
"We concur that any annexation of Palestinian territories occupied in 1967 would be a violation of international law and imperil the foundations of the peace process," the ministers said in a statement.
"We would not recognise any changes to the 1967 borders that are not agreed by both parties in the conflict.
"We also concur that such a step would have serious consequences for the security and stability of the region, and would constitute a major obstacle to efforts aimed at achieving a comprehensive and just peace.
"It could also have consequences for the relationship with Israel," the statement added.