SEVENTY-FOURTH SESSION, 9TH & 10TH MEETINGS (AM & PM)
GA/12196
27 SEPTEMBER 2019

 

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Statements

PARAMASIVUM PILLAY VYAPOORY, Acting President of Mauritius…Stressing the need for a peaceful solution to the “agonizingly stalled” Israeli‑Palestinian peace process, he welcomed the reform of the Security Council to make it more representative and reflect “the realities of our time”.

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MUHAMMAD JUSUF KALLA, Vice‑President of Indonesia…Peace in the Middle East will be impossible if the Palestine question is not resolved, he said, urging the international community to unite and find a solution in the form of “a united Palestine”.  Recalling Indonesia’s commitment to peacekeeping, he expressed support for women’s involvement in those operations.

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WANG YI, State Counsellor and Minister for Foreign Affairs of China…Turning to other hotspot issues, he said all parties should ensure that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is upheld and the Palestinian issue remains at the top of the global agenda.

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SERGEY V. LAVROV, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation…A two‑State solution to the Palestinian issue is under threat.

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SABRI BOUKADOUM, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Algeria…In that context, he said the issue of Palestine remains a central question closely linked to many other crises across the globe.  Binding Council resolutions have not been implemented on the ground, pushing peaceful resolution further away.  Noting that most of the world recognizes Palestinians’ right to their homeland, he rejected recent attempts to alter the character of parts of the Occupied Palestinian Territory including East Jerusalem.

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HEMAIS JHINAOUI, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Tunisia…Turning to the Palestinian issue, he said a just settlement would serve peace in the region, calling for an independent State within 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital.

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PRADEEP KUMAR GYAWALI, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal,…He also supported a two-State solution for Israel and Palestine…

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