Ramallah September 22 (QNA) - The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates welcomed on Thursday the international consensus, which it said in a statement was evident in the speeches and positions of world leaders at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly that were in line with UN resolutions and international law that stressed the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination and to end the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian land.
Nevertheless, the Ministry said it "considers this consensus and those positions insufficient unless they are accompanied by practical measures and steps that lead to protecting the two-state solution and ensuring its implementation on the ground by forcing the occupying power to stop the seizure of land, settlement construction, and all its violations and crimes against our people, their property, and holy places, including halting the Judaization of Jerusalem, the capital of the State of Palestine, and attempts to separate it from its Palestinian surroundings."
"What is required internationally is to adhere to the two-state solution in structure and substance and to take international measures to ensure its implementation on the ground without any manipulation of its terms under any flimsy Israeli considerations or arguments such as security arrangements or others," the ministry said in the statement carried by (WAFA) news agency.
"The two-state solution is the product of a historical compromise between the Palestinian and Israeli sides and therefore it is not open for bargaining, short-cutting, redaction, or splitting it in any way," it added. (QNA)
22 September 2022
Palestinian Foreign Ministry Welcomes International Consensus on Two-State Solution, Calls for Steps to Implement It
General, Arab Affairs, Palestine
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