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Yemen: Palestine will remain the central issue, will not abandon our brothers
[01/02/2020 06:22]

CAIRO-SABA
Yemen's Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad al-Hadhrami has said the Palestinian Issue will continue to be the central issue for Arab Nation and the Republic of Yemen will continue support to brothers in Palestine for regaining their state and rights led by independent state and Holy Quds is capital.

In Yemen's speech he delivered in the Emergency Meeting for Arab Foreign Ministers here in the Premise of the Arab League on Saturday over US-Israeli the Century Deal announced by President Trump, he confirmed Yemen's firm position supporting rights of Palestinian people and Yemen's position towards just and inclusive solution to the Palestinian Issue on the bases of international community's references and Arab Peace Initiative made by Saudi Arabia in Beirut 2002.

"Realizing just and inclusive peace cannot be accomplished by legitimizing the occupation, neglecting legal demands by the owners of the territories or contradicting the international legitimacy," said al-Hadhrami.

"Talking about any peace plan must be in harmony with the international law and UN relevant resolutions led by Resolution 2334 for 2016, which denies any legitimacy of building Israeli settlements in the occupied territories since 1967, including Quds."

The resolution confirms that constructing Israeli settlements is a blatant violation to the International Law and an obstacle before the two-state solution and realizing just and inclusive peace, he added.

The consecutive developments and measures and continuous violations of the international law and relevant international legitimacy towards the Palestinian Issue have unfortunately contributed in complicating the situation and weakened the two-state solution he went on.

He stressed that the current situation of the Palestinian Issue obliges existence of new motivation for taking exceptional steps for unifying the Palestinian front.



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