Saudi Arabia: Solving the Palestinian issue is the key to regional stability

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          <p>The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia stressed that partial settlements are no longer sufficient or acceptable in order for the Middle East region to enjoy security and stability, stressing that solving the Palestinian issue is the key to stability in the region.

This came in the words of the Kingdom’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Abdullah bin Yahya Al-Mouallimi, who delivered a speech before a meeting of the Economic and Financial Committee, on the economic and social repercussions of the Israeli occupation on the living conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied territories, including East Jerusalem, and the Arab population in the Golan occupied Syrian.

As Al-Mouallimi referred to the United Nations reports on the extent of violations and the economic and social repercussions of the Israeli occupation, he warned against the successive and dangerous developments that the Palestinian cause is going through.

Al-Mouallimi said that the Kingdom “was, is, and will remain a strong supporter of achieving peace, security and stability in the region,” in accordance with international legitimacy resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative. He cautioned that “history has proven that the rights of peoples do not fall under the statute of limitations.”

Meanwhile, Azzam Al-Ahmad, a member of the Executive Committees of the Liberation Organization and the Central Committee of the “Fatah” movement, announced that the Palestinian leadership will be free of commitment to international legitimacy resolutions, if they are not implemented. He told the official radio: “We will inform the US administration that we are tired of waiting, and an international conference must be held under the auspices of the United Nations and the International Quartet, to implement the resolutions of international legitimacy. We want actions, not words.”
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