Statement by the Government of Guyana recognizing the State of Palestine/ Non/UN document


Statement by the Government of Guyana in Recognition of the State of Palestine

The Government of Guyana has today decided to formally recognize the State of Palestine as a free, independent, and sovereign state, based on its 1967 borders.

This decision is in keeping with Guyana’s long standing and unwavering solidarity with, and commitment to, the just and legitimate aspirations of the people of Palestine for the exercise of their right to self determination and to achieve a homeland of their own, independent, free, prosperous and at peace, and our advocacy over the years for a two state solution to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict with the people of Israel and Palestine living side by side in their free and independent countries in peace, prosperity and harmony and within secure and internationally recognised borders.

It is Guyana’s hope that the increasing recognition of the State of Palestine will contribute to a resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the creation of lasting peace and stability in the region.

January 13, 2011
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 


Document Type: Statement
Country: Guyana
Subject: Palestine question, Peace process, Statehood-related
Publication Date: 13/01/2011
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