Guterres confirms to Abul Gheit his refusal to annex The Palestinian territories by Israel

UN Secretary-General António Guterres confirmed his rejection of the Israeli intentions and intentions to announce the annexation of settlements or any parts of the West Bank.

In a letter sent to the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Guterres said that a decision like this would close the door to negotiations between the Palestinians and Israelis and eliminate the horizon of the two-state solution.

A statement issued by the General Secretariat of the Arab League said today, Saturday, that the Secretary-General of the United Nations expressed in his message, Aboul Gheit, his discomfort with Israeli intentions, considering that the Israeli government took steps towards annexing settlements or parts of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, It would represent a grave breach of international law, and stressed that what is required today is cooperation between governments to confront the global epidemic, and not unilateral measures, expressing concern about the health conditions in the Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem in particular.

It is noteworthy that Guterres' letter came in response to a letter sent by Aboul Gheit to him a few days ago, during which he warned of the danger of the Israeli tendencies towards exploiting the global preoccupation with confronting the epidemic "Covid-19" in order to establish a new status quo, annexing parts of the occupied Palestinian territories and declaring Israeli sovereignty over them. He called on the United Nations to assume its responsibilities and be alert to the seriousness of what the Israeli government intends to do on regional stability and security in the entire region.

 

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