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Attaf stresses the necessity of granting full membership to the State of Palestine


New York – The Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, Mr. Ahmed Ataf, stressed today, Thursday in New York, the necessity of granting full membership to the State of Palestine to save the two-state solution and preserve peace, stability and security in the entire Middle East region.

Mr. Attaf said, in a speech during the Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East, that “the two-state solution today faces a deadly danger, and saving it before it is too late lies in granting full membership to the State of Palestine, in order to preserve peace, maintain stability, and maintain security in all of the Middle East region.”.

The minister highlighted that “the gravity of the danger that the Palestinian issue is experiencing today places our Council before a historical responsibility, a decisive responsibility, a decisive responsibility, and a defining responsibility, which is the responsibility to move urgently to impose a two-state solution and preserve the foundations of the establishment of a Palestinian state,” warning that “any procrastination or hesitation In seeking to achieve this, its repercussions will be disastrous, and in this particular circumstance it will serve as a green light given to the Israeli occupation to further implement plans characterized by plunder, plunder, and expansion, on the one hand, and extremism, and intransigence, on the other hand.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs explained that “the issue of full membership is not an end in itself, as much as it is a means to achieve three fundamental goals,” which are to fortify and stabilize the two-state solution, preserve the foundations and components of an independent and sovereign Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with its capital, Al-Quds Al-Sharif, and lay the first building blocks. Reviving the peace process on sound and solid foundations.



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