The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the political and diplomatic efforts made by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in cooperation with the brothers in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Arab Republic of Egypt, with the League of Arab States, in partnership with the European Union, to revive the peace process, to emphasize the importance of commitment to the two-state solution, and to embody the State of Palestine on a global scale. 1967 borders.
Today, Tuesday, the Foreign Ministry confirmed that these efforts, which contributed to the development of an association working paper, on which more than 60 countries met, which met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly meetings, only restored interest in the two-state solution, the embodiment of the Palestinian state, and the emphasis on the necessity of ending the Israeli occupation, And ending the suffering of our Palestinian people, as a prelude to that step.
She explained that in the face of the blockage of the political horizon, and the official Israeli rejection of the principle of a two-state solution and negotiations to reach a Palestinian-Israeli peace agreement, and in the face of the occupation state continuing to commit more crimes against our defenseless Palestinian people, and in violating international law through its unilateral measures of seizing lands and settlement construction, Demolishing homes, killing citizens, displacing them, and other such measures that have escalated in an unprecedented manner recently. This appreciated initiative by brothers and friends comes to confirm the importance of the Palestinian issue and its centrality to any regional or bilateral solution in our region.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs praised the statement issued by the countries contributing to this initiative, as well as the statements issued by the foreign ministries of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Egypt in this regard.
The Ministry affirmed its readiness to cooperate with brothers and friends in order to make this effort a success, to end the occupation and put an end to the suffering of our Palestinian people, to reach a comprehensive peace agreement that embodies the State of Palestine on the 1967 borders and East Jerusalem as its capital.