The two-state solution is the only basis for a just and comprehensive peace between Israelis and Palestinians

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The President of the United Nations General Assembly, Volkan Bozkir, noted that “the two-state solution is the only basis for a just, lasting and comprehensive peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians.”

Bozkir stressed, “the need for the United Nations to continue to support the Palestinians and Israelis to resolve the conflict on the basis of international law and achieve the vision of the two states,” noting that “reaching a just and lasting solution will only take place through constructive negotiations between the two parties, negotiations in good faith, and with the support of The international community. “

He also stressed that “the parameters for resolving the conflict are clear in 1947, and the General Assembly adopted Resolution 181, which formed the legal basis for the establishment of a state for Israel and another for the Palestinian people.” He added, “In the seven decades that followed, we failed to establish a state for the Palestinian people. The two-state solution remains the only basis for a just, lasting and comprehensive peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians.”

Bozkir warned of the continuing funding gaps of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), explaining that “UNRWA plays a vital role in meeting the needs of 5.6 million Palestinian refugees, and despite its decisive work, funding gaps persist.”



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