The Prime Minister of Norway is in contact with the President: We support the two-state solution and against unilateral actions

A phone call took place this evening, Thursday, between President Mahmoud Abbas and the Norwegian Prime Minister, Irna Solberg.

He congratulated President Solberg on the election of Norway as a member of the Security Council from the beginning of 2021.

The President thanked Norway for its political support for the two-state solution and rejected unilateral actions because they violated international law.

The President appreciated Norway's role in its leadership of the Donors' Conference from 1993 to the present, and the economic assistance they provide to support Palestinian national institutions.

The President informed the Prime Minister of Norway of the latest political developments, especially regarding the rejected Israeli annexation plans, Palestinian, Arab and international.

The President expressed the readiness of the State of Palestine, once the annexation ceased, to go to negotiations on the basis of international legitimacy, under the auspices of the International Quartet, with the participation of other countries.

In turn, the Norwegian Prime Minister affirmed her country's position in support of achieving peace on the basis of a two-state solution, commitment to implementing international legitimacy decisions, and her rejection of any unilateral measures taken by Israel as violating international law.

She stressed the importance of reviving the peace process, stressing that her country will continue its role in sponsoring the annual donors conference and supporting the Palestinian people to build their institutions and economy.


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