Erekat: The international community is united on international law and a two-state solution
- 2020-02-05 00:15:30
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The Secretary of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Saeb Erekat, said on Tuesday that the international community is united on international law, international legitimacy and the two-state solution on the 1967 borders.
This came during meetings held by Erekat in the West Bank with the Norwegian envoy for the peace process, Tor Fisland, and Japanese envoy Masahor Kono, both separately and in a joint meeting with ambassadors and consuls of several countries, according to a statement issued by his office.
Erekat said that the content of the American peace plan to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict known in the media as the "Deal of the Century" became clear to the international community and he must announce his rejection of everything that contradicts international law and the principle of two states, and solve all final status issues according to the relevant international legitimacy resolutions, pointing out that Everything that was brought up in the deal came out of these frameworks.
And he considered that the existence of an official American proposal "legitimizes settlement, annexation, occupation and apartheid as an invitation for all who possess material strength to expand at the expense of its neighbors and other countries."
He stressed that this constitutes a real withdrawal by the American administration and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from the United Nations Charter, the Geneva Conventions, international law, legitimacy and signed agreements.
He called on the countries of the world to base the vision of President Mahmoud Abbas by calling for an international conference with full powers based on international law, international legitimacy and the Arab Peace Initiative, in a manner that guarantees the end of the Israeli occupation and the embodiment of the independence of the State of Palestine on the borders occupied in 1967 with its capital in East Jerusalem and the solution of all final status issues.