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MICHEL AOUN, President of Lebanon, said…Another resolution adopted by the General Assembly in 1948 called for the return of Palestinian refugees to their homeland as soon as possible, he continued.  That resolution remains unimplemented to this day.

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IBRAHIM BOUBACAR KEITA, President of Mali,…reaffirmed his country’s support for the Palestinian people in “its legitimate struggle to achieve self-determination”, and called on Israelis and Palestinians to resume negotiation with a view to setting up a two‑State solution in peace and within internationally recognized safe borders.

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JOÃO MANUEL GONÇALVES LOURENÇO, President of Angola, said…Despite the progress made so far, the old prevailing conflicts yet to be solved need to be acknowledged, he noted.  Those include the Israel‑Palestine conflict in the Middle East, the resolution of which will only be achieved through a solution based on two States living side by side peacefully, as advocated by the United Nations and the overwhelming majority of its Member States.

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MIGUEL DÍAZ-CANEL BERMÚDEZ, President of Cuba,…reiterated his call for a just and lasting solution to the Israeli‑Palestinian conflict…

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ANDREJ KISKA, President of Slovakia, said…he world has become immune and has stopped counting the innocent lives in Syria, Yemen, Palestine, Myanmar and South Sudan.

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EMMERSON DAMBUDZO MNANGAGWA, President of Zimbabwe, said…urged the international community not to turn a blind eye to the suffering of the Palestinian people.

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MARCELO REBELO DE SOUSA, President of Portugal,…“In any case, stabilization and peace in the Middle East will only be possible with the resolution of the Israeli‑Palestinian conflict,” he said, noting it requires the resumption of a credible negotiation process addressing all final issues, including the question of Jerusalem.

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EVO MORALES AYMA, President of Bolivia,…Condemning Israel’s criminal occupation of Palestinian territories, he reiterated his support for the two‑State solution.

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NICOLÁS MADURO MOROS, President of Venezuela,…Declaring solidarity with the Palestinian people and calling for the immediate end of the blockade of Cuba, he said:  “We have a world to build”,…

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JABER AL-MUBARAK AL-HAMAD AL SABAH, Prime Minister of Kuwait,…On the Palestinian question as the oldest issue of the Security Council, he pointed to resolution 56 (1948) when the organ dealt with the issue for the first time, adding that Israel still persists in its intransigence, rejecting and ignoring resolutions of international legitimacy, and continues to expand the establishment of illegal settlements on occupied Palestinian territories.  He recalled the latest resolution 2334 (2016) calling for the cessation of all Israeli illegal settlements.  He noted the detention of thousands of Palestinians and Israel’s military aggressions in the Gaza Strip while not observing the protection of civilians in armed conflicts.

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XAVIER BETTEL, Prime Minister of Luxembourg,…Highlighting Luxembourg’s support and contributions for various United Nations missions, he raised concerns about crises elsewhere, including the impasse in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process

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