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Ireland announces its official recognition of the State of Palestine and the establishment of full diplomatic relations with it


Dublin – The Irish government announced on Tuesday that it officially recognizes the Palestinian state and establishes full diplomatic relations with it. The government said in a statement that it had approved the decision at a cabinet meeting this morning, noting that an Irish ambassador to the State of Palestine would be appointed. Thus, the Irish government’s decision to recognize the State of Palestine comes into effect, at a time when Prime Minister Simon Harris urged the Zionist entity to “stop the humanitarian catastrophe” in Gaza.

Earlier today, during a cabinet meeting, the Spanish government adopted a decree officially recognizing the State of Palestine, according to what the government spokeswoman announced.

Last Wednesday, Ireland, Spain, and Norway announced that they would join the countries that recognize the State of Palestine, and that this decision will enter into force today (May 28).



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