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The UN Security Council holds its monthly session on the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian issue


New York – The UN Security Council will hold Tuesday, its monthly session on “the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian issue .”

Members of the UN Security Council are expected to hear a briefing by the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Wennesland, which includes the latest quarterly report of the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, on the implementation of Resolution 2334 of December 23, 2016, which called for an end to all activities of the zionist entity settlement.

The briefing by the UN Special Coordinator for the Peace Process also includes the latest developments in the Gaza Strip, especially the non-implementation of Resolution 2735 issued on June 10, which welcomed the proposal for a ceasefire in three stages.

It is noteworthy that the UN Security Council had adopted, with the support of 14 members, a draft resolution submitted by the United States of America, stipulating an immediate and complete ceasefire and the return of displaced Palestinians to their homes throughout the Strip, including northern Gaza, within six weeks.

The resolution also calls for a complete withdrawal of the Zionist occupation forces from the entire Gaza Strip, and the completion of negotiations to reach an agreement on the second phase of the proposed deal.

The resolution also sends a clear message that no changes will be allowed in the demographic composition or area of the Gaza Strip, and reaffirms the international community’s commitment to the Palestinian people regarding the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip, as well as its commitment to establishing the Palestinian state.



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