Shtayeh: European recognition of Palestine is necessary in light of the Israeli threats of annexation

Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh discussed with Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Lindy the possibilities of devoting the Swedish strategic plan to help Palestine for the year 2020, to more closely align with the national priorities identified by the government within its strategy, especially the economic empowerment of women and youth As part of their empowerment, politically and socially.

Shtayyeh said during the meeting, which took place on the sidelines of his participation, today, Tuesday, at the 50th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland: “Sweden represents a model for the European Union countries by recognizing Palestine and turning their political convictions into action.”

He continued: "There is a conviction that appeared among the countries of the world to the necessity of saving the two-state solution, at a time when Israel destroys the possibilities of achieving the two-state solution, with its threats to annex the Jordan Valley and its violations of the signed agreements, as well as in light of the ambiguity of what the American plan holds," noting the importance of inviting the Foreign Minister of Luxembourg to union European to the common recognition of the State of Palestine and the need to build on it.

On the other hand, Shtayyeh added: "There is a solid political will on the part of President Mahmoud Abbas and all factional and national circles to hold elections to restore democratic radiation to our people, while insisting that Jerusalem be a central part of this process, and this is what Israel ignores," calling for the necessity of pressure Seriously, Israel must enable us to do it.


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