Adopting Six Resolutions by Recorded Vote, General Assembly Concludes Annual Debates on Question of Palestine, Wider Middle East Situation - partition wall with door

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Adopting Six Resolutions by Recorded Vote, General Assembly Concludes Annual Debates on Question of Palestine, Wider Middle East Situation  -  partition wall with door
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46 and 47 plenary meetings of the seventh plenary meeting of the General Assembly (AM & PM)
Having adopted six resolutions by recorded vote, the General Assembly debated annually on the broader Middle East situation involved in the Palestinian issue, the violence in Syria and the Gaza Strip, speakers urged the United Nations to move from merely "managing" regional conflicts to finding lasting solutions. The United Nations should adopt repeated resolutions to move from managing the Middle East crisis to reaching a lasting and comprehensive political solution. the General Assembly heard a statement today and adopted six relevant resolutions, all these resolutions have been voted on record.
The representative of Oman was one of those who expressed concern about the continued Israeli blockade and the serious situation in the occupied Palestinian territory caused by civilians in the Gaza Strip, as well as what many delegations have described as "illegal acts" to change the composition of the population and strengthen Israeli settlement activities ".
"The international community must send a clear message to Israel to stop this practice and call for real negotiations to build security and stability," she said . ".
She added that the United Nations has adopted many resolutions and policies, but the issue remains a matter of concern and conflict that has gone beyond the Middle East.
In this regard, the world body should move from dealing with the crisis to seeking a just and lasting comprehensive political solution, taking into account the interests of Palestinians and Israelis, leading to the establishment of the Palestinian state and the state of Israel and living together.
The representative of Syria asked delegates, especially those who have good faith in Syria, not to discuss the situation in Syria in today's debate, saying, any discussion of the internal situation in his country would distract attention from the core issues.
He condemned Israel's aggression against the region and stressed the need to respect the Charter of the United Nations and other international instruments, particularly those relating to foreign occupation.
The relevant decisions should be followed up and implemented without exception.
He did not believe that "any representative gathered here expected their resolution to become a dead letter later ".
The delegates held numerous meetings calling on Israel to end its occupation, violations, settler movements and aggressive politics, as well as other illegal acts.
However, some delegates expressed serious concern about the Syrian conflict.
A Japanese spokesman expressed regret over the continued violence that killed thousands of people, reiterated his call on all Syrian parties to immediately end violence and human rights violations, and condemned the Syrian authorities for failing to fulfill their commitments and responsibility to protect their citizens.
He continued to welcome the formation of the "National Coalition for the Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces" this month and expressed support for the alliance.
The representative of Turkey said that the situation in Syria remains a serious humanitarian issue and stressed that the situation has become more dramatic in the cold winter.
In addition, he said, "This crisis is beyond the local scope and unfortunately it spreads to neighboring countries in the form of cross-cutting"
Heavy border fire and mass movement of civilians seeking security.
He said Turkey lost five citizens in a border town and more were injured.
The country also received more than 130 Syrians.
He stressed that the humanitarian response plan for the Syrian crisis is seriously insufficient and needs further attention from the international community.
After closing the debate on the question of Palestine and the situation in the Middle East, the General Assembly adopted four resolutions on the first issue and two resolutions on the second issue by means of a recorded vote.
These texts address a number of issues, including Israel's illegal settlements in East Jerusalem, the work of the United Nations Division for the rights of the Palestinian people, and progress on the track of the Middle East peace process in Syria.
As in previous sessions, the General Assembly adopted
The text of the scope of a peaceful settlement of the Palestinian issue, with a record vote of 163 to 6 objections (
Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Federation of Micronesia West Asia, Palau, United States)
5 abstention (
Australia, Cameroon, Honduras, Papua New Guinea and Tonga). (Annex IV).
It also adopted a resolution on Jerusalem by a recorded vote of 162 in favor and 7 in opposition (
Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Commonwealth of mikelosia, Nauru, Palau, United States)
6 abstention (
Cameroon, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Togo, Tonga, Vanuatu). (Annex V)
A resolution on the Syrian Golan Heights was adopted by a recorded vote of 110 against (
Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Federation of Micronesia West Asia, Palau, United States)
59 abstention(Annex VI)
The representative of Syria again said that it was regrettable that certain human rights advocates imposed sanctions on Syria, although no resolution had been voted in favor of ending Israel's occupation of the territory of the Syrian Golan Heights.
Some of them voted against resolutions on the Syrian Golan Heights and Palestine --
Resolution with unprecedented support
Show their political hypocrisy, their prejudice against Israel and their "distorted logic ".
If it were not for those who abstained or voted against the resolution on the Syrian Golan Heights, the Israeli occupation would not continue.
As a result, these countries also bear the consequences of the Syrian occupation of the Golan Heights.
Earlier today, the General Assembly concluded its annual debate on the question of Palestine.
Norway, Bolivia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Argentina, Maldives, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Uruguay, Yemen, Iraq, India, Iceland, Ecuador, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Chile, observers for Qatar and Bahrain, as well as the League of Rome and Arab states.
Delegates from Cuba, Malaysia, Pakistan, China, Iran and Indonesia also participated in discussions on the situation in the Middle East.
Following action by the General Assembly on those resolutions, the representative of Brazil made a statement (
Also for Argentina)
Singapore and the Observer for Palestine.
The conference will resume at 10: 00. m.
On December 3, the recommendation of the First Committee was discussed (
Disarmament and International Security).
The background general assembly meets today to continue and end the debate on the question of Palestine and to begin annual consideration of the situation in the Middle East.
On the first issue, the delegates had before them the report of the Committee on the exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people (
Document A/67/35)
And secretary-
Report on the peaceful settlement of the Palestinian issue (
Document A/67/364)
And related draft resolutions (A/67/L. 17, A/67/L. 18, A/67/L. 19 and A/67/L. 20). (
See GA/11317 Press release)
The second topic under consideration is the secretary-
General's report on the situation in the Middle East (
Document A/67/342)
, Which contains replies received from member states to the Secretary-General's note 2012
General information on the implementation of the relevant provisions of General Assembly Resolution 66/18, entitled "Jerusalem" and resolution 66/19, entitled "Syrian Golan Heights.
The General Assembly will take action on the relevant draft resolutions (A/67/L. 23 and A/67/L. 24). The Secretary-
General's report (
Document A/67/364)
The report for the first topic is still being reviewed in this part of the debate.
Introduction of draft and report on the question of Palestine, introduction of four draft resolutionsSenegal)
The chairman of the Committee on the exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people said that it was no accident to celebrate the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people on November 29.
On 1947, 33 member states met in Queens to decide to divide Palestine.
One of the countries they envisioned was established and became a member of the United Nations.
Yesterday, with the strong support of the international community, 2012 International Day was celebrated, "a new turning point has taken place in the journey of the Palestinian people towards freedom and the establishment of an independent state ".
Reference to the historic vote of the General Assembly yesterday against the Palestinian non-member states
He wished the Palestinian people harmony and prosperity and wished the Palestinian people new prospects for peace with Israel and all the people in the region.
The first three drafts he introduced reaffirmed the mandate of the committee he chaired;
The Secretariat's Division for Palestinian rights and the Department's special information programme on the question of Palestine.
The fourth draft, entitled "peaceful settlement of the Palestinian question", reaffirmed the position of the General Assembly on the essential elements of such a settlement and referred to developments over the past year.
All four draft resolutions outline positions, mandates and programmes of particular interest, especially at the current critical moment.
Noting that many members had traditionally abstained from voting on the committee and the division, he said that
In parallel with the national solution, support should be given to the Committee on the exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people, the only body set up by the General Assembly specifically for this goal.
Recalling that the organization had a permanent responsibility for the Palestinian issue until the Palestinian issue was fully resolved, he said that the committee was counting on openness --
Cooperation of all members.
"It's time for all of you to revisit our committee," he said . " He called on the General Assembly to vote for all four drafts.
Christopher grima, rapporteur of the Committee on the exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people, then made a statement introducing the committee's report.
The last chapter of 10-
The partial report contains the conclusions and suggestions of the Commission, which expresses concern that,
As Israel continues to expand its illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem, and refuses to commit to long-term parameters of the peace process, the National solution has disappeared.
The committee calls on the international community to take concrete actions to force Israel to cease its illegal settlement activities and to commit itself to ending its 45-year military occupation of the Palestinian territory and achieving peace.
It called on the Security Council to visit the region to review the situation and to make concrete efforts to promote a comprehensive, just and lasting solution to the Israeli issue --
Palestinian conflict and Arab-
The Israeli conflict.
Among other suggestions, he continued to call on the Palestinian factions to unite and support the leadership of President Mahmoud Abbas, "in good faith the implementation of the national reconciliation agreement ", this is a prerequisite for the establishment of a viable Palestinian state.
The committee also reiterates the need for any sustainable recovery of the Palestinian economy to dismantle the Israeli occupation and its associated settlements, checkpoints and other obstacles.
He said that in the coming year, the committee will continue to focus its programme of international conferences on expanding international support for the realization of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people.
It will also continue to encourage civil society partners to work with governments and other agencies with a view to receiving full support from the work of the United Nations, including the committee, on the question of Palestine.
Cristina Percival statementsmaría (Argentina)
She said her country is proud to be one of more than 70 countries
Sponsors of the draft resolution on changing the status of Palestine in the United Nations.
The text adopted was a long-overdue step in the decision not yet taken by the organization: Palestine was admitted as a full member state.
The requirements for admission of new Member States are clearly stated in Article 2. 4.
Article 2 of the Charter of the United Nations.
She said that since the establishment of the organization, Argentina has maintained that permanent members of the Security Council cannot exercise their veto power in accepting new members.
Argentina noted that even the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice determined that the conditions for admission were "exhaustive ", "the political nature of an institution cannot prevent it from complying with the Treaty provisions of the charter that restrict its powers or standards of judgment ".
In the present circumstances, the organization cannot ignore the conditions of Palestine in the exercise of its own rights
Determination of the Palestinian people.
She pointed out that the head of the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR)
It also supported Palestine's quest for status granted by the General Assembly. SIN SON HO (
Democratic People's Republic of Korea)
He said that his country was in line with the majority of member states that supported the resolution on the new status of Palestine.
He congratulated Palestine on obtaining an absolute majority of the United Nations recognition of its founding.
He said that the Security Council turned a blind eye to the atrocities committed by Israel and that appropriate measures have now been taken to deal with them.
This is typical of the double standard of the United States-on the side of Israel, seriously damaging the credibility of the Security Council.
He said that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea recognized Palestine as an independent and sovereign state in 1988 and established comprehensive diplomatic relations.
It will continue to firmly support the Palestinians and all Arab people.
For lasting peace in the Middle East, Israeli aggression and hostility against Palestinians must be ended, and the legitimate national rights of the Palestinian people must be established.
Palestine's legitimate status as a country in the United Nations must be obtained as soon as possible.
Mr. Smith (Norway)
He said the adoption of yesterday's resolution was a "milestone" and a "truly historic" event.
Moreover, the text was not a unilateral step taken by the Palestinians. “[It]
Carefully balanced and sent a clear message that [
Palestine Liberation Organization
President Abbas is truly committed to resuming negotiations on these two bases.
She said the national solution further added that all Palestinians accept such non-
Means of violence
The decision of the General Assembly also emphasizes the recognition that the Palestinian institution is beyond the threshold of establishing a functioning state.
However, she said that the current crisis in the Palestinian economy is of great concern and stressed that it is in everyone's interest to ensure that the Palestinian economy is viable. Yet, a self-
As long as the occupation remains, the illegal settlements continue to expand and encircle East Jerusalem, destroying the "two-State solution.
"The ceasefire in Gaza is fragile and deserves our full support to make it lasting," she continued . " She called for measures to remove restrictions on goods, building goods and personnel in accordance with Council Resolution 1860 (2009).
"These initiatives will make the ceasefire stronger and help us move forward with the normalization of the Gaza Strip," she said . ".
Amin Javad FAIZAL (Maldives)
Solidarity with the inalienable self-Rights of the Palestinians
Determined, "even if the smoke rises from the ruins of Gaza," he said the Maldives would not give up its firm support for Palestine and would continue to condemn the serious injustice committed in the occupied territory recently. Only a two-
Through a national solution, a peaceful settlement of the Palestinian issue can be achieved.
He said the Maldives supported the Palestinian application to the Security Council last year to become a full member of the United Nations.
The founding of the People's Republic of China will bring a sense of leadership, responsibility and governance.
Although Palestinian sovereignty is the ultimate goal, he said that
The status of observer states was a landmark achievement.
He also praised the recent ceasefire in Gaza and the Egyptian government, the United States and the United Nations for preventing further escalation of the crisis.
He condemned the military strike against the densely populated area of ingaza and called on Hamas to stop all rocket attacks on Israel, adding that Israel's illegal settlement expansion has undermined peace efforts, it is the key to the international community's deadlock.
He went on to say that Israel's actions were completely impunity, "a mockery of international humanitarian and human rights laws ".
As the occupying power, it is Israel's responsibility to demonstrate its obligation under international law to cease all settlement activities in the occupied territories.
Kommasith saleumxay (
Lao People's Democratic Republic)
Yes, yes.
Non-Aligned Movement, and congratulated the Palestinian people on the adoption of Palestinian Africa yesterday
Member observer status.
He said that this is a key issue of global justice and a "decisive test" for the organization and that Member States must strive to achieve the inalienable rights of the Palestinians.
These rights include the right to return and to self.
Determination, and their desire to achieve freedom, prosperity, peace and justice in independent sovereign states
The capital is East Jerusalem, 1967 kilometers.
He added that the state status recognized by the United Nations did not negate Palestine's commitment to resolving the conflict through dialogue and peaceful means.
He also said that continuing illegal settlement activities on occupied land was a violation of international law and a hindrance to the peace process, and that such provocative acts should be stopped immediately.
Seeking a just, lasting, comprehensive and peaceful solution to Palestine-
The Israeli conflict was in line with the relevant United Nations resolutions and the quartet's road map, and he called on both sides to resume and accelerate direct peace negotiations in order to reach a final peaceful settlement on that basis.
He reiterated his support for the Palestinian people to achieve their long-term goals.
Delaying the goal of establishing a viable, peaceful and prosperous comprehensive Palestinian State
A full member of the United Nations.
Sasha LLORENTTY Solíz (Bolivia)
His delegation will
The Non-Aligned Movement said that Bolivia supports the cause of the Palestinian people and calls for the establishment of a Palestinian state on the basis of the pre-Palestinian state
East of Jerusalem is the 1967-kilometer border of the capital.
Yesterday was a historic day when the Assembly fulfilled its "inevitable" obligation to give the Palestinians a new status.
Bolivia voted in favor of the resolution and condemned Israel's crimes and occupation, including the spread of illegal settlements throughout the Palestinian territory.
"Let us hope that the resolution adopted by the General Assembly on August will end the bombings, attacks, killings" and bring peace.
Jose Luis cansella (Uruguay)
Recalling the statement made by the Permanent Representative of Uruguay after the vote on General Assembly resolution 181st on 1947, which stated that "the two peoples are fully mature and can be independent", he firmly believed that, without the existence of two consolidated states, there would be no solution to the Middle East peace process.
In this regard, Uruguay's support for the resolution adopted yesterday will promote and commend the peace process.
He also spoke in support of the peaceful lives of both Israel and Palestine within safe and recognized borders, saying that there is no alternative to bilateral dialogue and that bilateral dialogue should be resumed as soon as possible.
Full respect for international law and resolutions adopted by the United Nations is also crucial.
He spoke with great hope that the resolution had the potential to ease tensions in the region, particularly in the Gaza Strip, and that the pain must be contained by guaranteeing humanitarian assistance and respecting the rights of civilians.
Jamal AbdullahSALLAL (Yemen)
I am pleased to commemorate the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people on November 29, which is a "strong proof" of the legitimacy of the Palestinian struggle against the occupation and the establishment of an independent state ".
He regrets that even in the decades since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the rights of the Palestinian people have been denied due to illegal Israeli activities.
He stressed that the United Nations should play a stronger role in this regard.
"The international community has not put pressure on Israel," he said, a major obstacle to peace.
In addition, Yemen supports Palestine's accession as a complete state
The United Nations is a full member and calls on the Security Council to respond positively to this request.
He went on to say that the peace process was deadlocked as the Israeli government continued its settlement policy.
The government refused to abandon its policy of violating many international laws.
"This stubbornness hinders the opportunity to achieve peace," he stressed . " He added that Yemen is holding Israel accountable for the impasse.
The international community has made it clear that these settlements are illegal.
In conclusion, he reiterated that a just and comprehensive peace can only be achieved through Israel's complete and complete withdrawal from the currently occupied Palestinian territories, including the Syrian Golan Heights and the occupied territories in southern Lebanon. BUSHRA AL-NUSSAIRY (Iraq)
He said the adoption of yesterday's resolution was a "first step" in achieving the universal recognition of the State of Palestine ".
He said that Iraq has always stressed its full support for this action and noted the provisions of the resolution on promoting the rights of the Palestinian people themselves
Resolve, and support the provisions of a peaceful settlement to end the Israeli occupation.
He added that Israel must stop its illegal settlement activities.
The Palestinian situation under occupation is a strategy that forces Palestinians to abandon their land and ensure permanent occupation.
He called on the United Nations and the wider international community to step up efforts in all forums to secure the full status of the Palestinian people and to work to end Israeli aggression against them, Palestinian women and children.
Iraq fully believes in the right of Palestinians to human dignity and decides to host a meeting in Israel on Palestinian and Arab detainees, scheduled for December.
Gréta GUNNARSD óttir (Iceland)
He said that the resolution adopted by the General Assembly yesterday was an important step for the international community to achieve its commitments long ago.
She hopes that this will be a turning point in peace and will be used to revive the efforts of both sides and the international community to negotiate all outstanding issues leading to both sides
Palestinian and Israeli national solutions living side by side in peace and security.
She also expressed the hope that Palestine would be able to reconcile and said that the international community should support those efforts.
She welcomed broad support for the legitimate national aspirations of the Palestinian people and called on all member states, including Israel, to unite and embrace the momentum created at this time.
Reaching a political solution through negotiations is the best way to achieve peace and ensure long-term security for Israel and the Palestinians. JENNY LALAMA-FERNANDEZ (Ecuador)
Congrats to Palestine for voting by an overwhelming majority yesterday.
The strong support of Member States is the recognition of historic injustice towards the Palestinian people.
As a non-Palestinian
Observer States indicated that the international community supports the peace process.
She called on the diplomatic Quartet to take urgent action on the Middle East peace process, in particular the Security Council, because the security council tolerated the long-term occupation of Palestinian land.
Ecuador believes that the establishment of an independent and viable Palestinian sovereign state is the key to resolving the conflict.
By creating peace in the region, this will have a beneficial impact on Israel.
In order to achieve a just and lasting peace, the two sides must engage in dialogue on the basis of respect for international law, treaties and decisions of United Nations bodies.
In this regard, she called on Israel to end its personal and collective punishment and to immediately end its military occupation of the Palestinian territory in accordance with Security Council resolution 242nd (1967)and 338 (1975)
End the blockade of Gaza.
Finally, she called on both sides to sit at the negotiating table.
OCTAVIO Errázuriz (Chile)
He said his country had recognized Palestine as a free and independent sovereign state.
It therefore voted in favor of the resolution adopted yesterday.
Observer status for the delegation.
As noted by the delegation of Chile in the general debate of the General Assembly on September, Chile believes that the Palestinian people have the right to establish an independent state and that Israel has the right to ensure border security.
He therefore called on both sides to resume negotiations quickly in order to find a lasting and stable solution to the conflict.
He also called for an end to the violence affecting so many innocent civilians on both sides and stressed his hope to further consolidate the ceasefire through the resumption of bilateral dialogue.
Pham vinh quang (Viet Nam)
Congrats on the granting of Palestine to Africa
He said his country would support Palestine's legitimate quest to become a full member of the United Nations. The Arab-
The Israeli conflict with the Palestinian issue at its core can only be resolved through peaceful negotiations, and on the basis of respecting the fundamental rights of all parties concerned, especially the Palestinian people, is resolved in a comprehensive and peaceful manner, including their right to establish a Palestinian state in their homeland.
In conclusion, he called on the international community, in particular the Security Council and the Quartet, to intensify their efforts to resolve the current political and humanitarian crisis.
ABULKALAM Abdul mulmin (Bangladesh)
Yesterday, Palestine was given No.
The status of member states will be seen as a milestone on the Palestinian people's path to comprehensive state-building and peace in the Middle East.
With overwhelming support for the resolution, he expressed his hope that Palestine would soon become a full member of the United Nations.
The new status will provide impetus to the stalled peace process and support the two countriesState solution.
Quote his own country fighting for himself
Following the approval of the General Assembly and the Security Council, he made that decision, but he refuted the view of some delegations that status should be achieved through bilateral negotiations
Horizontal negotiations.
He said Israel was established through UN resolutions rather than bilateral negotiations.
He continued that the deadlock in the peace process was due to Israel's refusal to freeze its settlement activities and to comply with the other terms of reference of the peace process.
Under such circumstances, it is impossible for bilateral negotiations to lead to a Palestinian state.
The Palestinian people have no other remedy than recourse to the General Assembly.
He also expressed regret that the international community had repeatedly called for an improvement in the deteriorating situation of the Palestinians, but ignored it.
Returning to the issue of "Jewish settlements in occupied territories", he said, "[i]
If we are serious about peace in the Middle East, we must put collective pressure on Israel to stop expanding illegal settlements, and in accordance with the obligations of Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention to dismantle existing settlements. ”ABDALLAH AL-MOUALLIMI (Saudi Arabia)
Yesterday, he said, the General Assembly voted to recognize Palestine as a "country that deserves life ".
Its people should have the right to freedom, sovereignty and self over their own land. determination.
In fact, this vote is a "symphony of peace", but it is also a "cry in the face of injustice and racism ".
Unfortunately, adoption took place a few days after Israel's "brutal aggression" against the Gaza Strip.
Mecca and Medina desire holy Jerusalem, he added.
They're waiting for Al-day.
The al-Aqsa mosque will be exempt from "imprisonment", when Jerusalem will become the capital of the Palestinian state once and for all.
He thanked those who also voted in favor of the resolution, but also warned that those who did not do so must catch the "historical train ".
JAMAL alrowaie (Bahrain)
He said that the vast majority of the international community expressed support for the establishment of the sovereign state and the exercise of the rights of the Palestiniansdetermination.
On the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people, the King of Bahrain sent a message stressing the responsibility to resolve the Middle East conflict in a peaceful manner.
There is also a special responsibility to eliminate the injustices suffered by the Palestinian people over the past 60 years by ending the occupation.
Bahrain once again supported the just cause of Palestine and called for the implementation of the relevant intentional resolutions.
The delegation also expressed solidarity with the Palestinians and supported the application made to the Security Council on September 2011 to accept it as a full member of the United Nations.
"Just, lasting and comprehensive peace is a strategic choice for the benefit of all countries," he concluded ".
Hardeep Singh Puri (India)
He said that today's vote is an important milestone in achieving the goal of the Palestinian people and their leaders to become a full member state of the United Nations.
Regrettably, in the context of the Arab world change over the past two years, the Palestinian issue has largely not been resolved and there has been no direct peace negotiations during this period.
At the same time, the situation in the occupied Palestinian territory has deteriorated and, thanks to colonial activities, the two threats
Despite the fact that barricades and other occupied infrastructure have exacerbated the humanitarian situation of the Palestinian people and the functioning of its state institutions.
In addition, he said that the blockade of Gaza continued to cause serious difficulties to the population.
Strongly condemning the violence and loss of life during the recent hostilities, he expressed the hope that the parties would earnestly implement the provisions of the ceasefire agreement, today's vote could pave the way for a resumption of serious, direct talks between Palestinians and Israelis.
He reiterated India's unwavering support for the Palestinian people's desire to establish an independent and viable state, which is part of the two countries --State solution.
In addition, as the first non-
The Arab State recognized Palestine nearly 25 years ago and promised to continue to build partnerships and support for Palestinian development and national development.
Construction work, noting that for budget support, development projects, vocational training, school building and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)funding. YOUSEF LARAM (Qatar)
Congrats to President Abbas and the Palestinian people for "taking the first step": improving the status of the delegation at the United Nations.
Many countries that supported the resolution sent a message to the international community as a whole in support of Palestinian rights.
At the heart of the Middle East conflict, he said, was Israeli occupation and continued settlement, one of the most serious human rights violations.
The right to overthrow the occupation is a legitimate right and cannot be compared with terrorism.
He also condemned Israel's recent attacks on Gaza and called for an end to the blockade of the area.
He continued that Israel's continued construction of the wall of occupation violated the rights of many.
It also professes Muslim religious sites and does not allow free access to Al-Aqsa Mosque.
It seeks to change the national character of Jerusalem by expelling people living there and allowing settlers to enter.
Settlement activities must be brought to an immediate end, not just suspended as required by some countries.
The Wall, the treatment of prisoners and other Israeli activities indicate a lack of goodwill in Israel.
The normal relationship between Israel and the Arab world is impossible unless the law and the principle of land for peace are respected, which is the basis for negotiations since the Madrid Conference in 1991.
The main reason for the failure to attempt to resume negotiations is Israel's lack of goodwill and disregard all relevant resolutions.
The Permanent Observer of the Holy See, Francis chulicat, recalled General Assembly resolution 181st of November 29, 1947, which was the "legal basis for the existence of two states", adding that one of them did not form for 60 consecutive yearsfive years.
Pope Benedict XVI declared at the end of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land on 2009, "No more bloodshed!
Don't fight again!
No more horror!
"And calls for universal recognition of the right of the state of Israel to survive and enjoy peace and security within an international recognized border, as well as the right of the Palestinian people to have a sovereign and independent home, to live with dignity and to travel freely.
While the recent vote demonstrates the sentiments of the majority of the international community and recognizes that the Palestinian presence within the United Nations is more important, the Holy See believes that this does not adequately address the problems that exist in the region.
These problems can only be resolved by working effectively to build peace and stability with justice and respect for the legitimate aspirations of Israelis and Palestinians.
"Peace requires a brave decision," he added . "
In conclusion, he reminded delegates that the Holy See and the Palestine Liberation Organization had expressed their common position in the Basic Agreement of February 15, 2000 in support of the recognition of a special international security regulation in the city of Jerusalem, it aims to preserve the identity and sacred character of Jerusalem as a holy city and to enter its holy land freely.
Speaking on behalf of the League of Arab states at what he called a "historic moment", Ahmed fazala said that this meeting was even more important because it was held on the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Yesterday's adoption, he said, was a "significant step forward" on the Palestinian issue and has corrected mistakes over the past 60 years.
Although not moving in two directions
He added that the national solution recognizes that failure remains the "beginning of success ".
In fact, the resolution adopted yesterday implemented resolution 181st (1947)
And subsequent resolutions;
It laid the legal foundation and established a "legal connection" between the people and the territory ".
This measure, which also wishes to see results from the purposes and principles of the United Nations, including the culmination of Article 1 of the charter, calls for respect for the rights of the self --determination.
Negotiations will continue, but the two countries are now recognized by the United Nations.
He reiterated that "today is a new day to find a just, rapid and global solution to the Palestinian issue ".
The United Nations should make this resolution a starting point for future work on this issue and Palestine should be recognized as a comprehensive state.
Official Member States.
Introduction to the draft on the situation in the Middle EastEgypt)
Once again, congratulate Palestine on becoming a non-
Observer states of member states adopted yesterday by a "land majority" of historic General Assembly resolutions.
Within the framework of the Middle East crisis caused by the Israeli occupation, he introduced two draft resolutions.
Despite international and regional efforts to achieve a peaceful and lasting settlement, Israel has not followed these calls, and this position has become apparent in the recent attacks on the Gaza Strip.
There are so many Israeli violations.
Including the illegal construction of settlements and the "racist wall --
He cannot mention all of this within the specified time.
He said that since Israel did not want to reach any settlement, the text before the Assembly indicated the rejection of the Israeli occupation by the international community.
In the first draft resolution on Jerusalem, the assembly will reaffirm its determination that any action taken by Israel to impose its laws is illegal for the jurisdiction and administration of the city, thus "invalid ".
In addition, the text emphasizes the importance of ensuring the freedom of religion and conscience of its inhabitants.
In its second case paper on the Syrian Golan Heights, the General Assembly will reaffirm Israel's failure to comply with the relevant resolutions of the General Assembly and the Security Council.
The draft will also assert that Israel's policy towards the Golan Heights is illegal and call on Israel to respect previous commitments and agreements.
"It's time to deal with the Middle East in an all-round way," he said . " Peace "can only be achieved through political will," he added ".
He said that in this regard, Israel should withdraw completely from the occupied territories in accordance with United Nations resolutions and international law, and urged all member states to vote in favor.
Statementsya Soseaua ar halit c evik (Turkey)
He said that his delegation hoped and believed that yesterday's adoption would pave the way for a just and comprehensive peace and break the deadlock in the peace process.
This vote should be used as a "new momentum" for the immediate resumption of peace negotiations and Palestinian reconciliation ". “The recent [Gaza]
"The ceasefire has created an appropriate environment for both sides to concentrate on diplomacy," he said . " He encouraged both sides to take this step.
This impasse is neither sustainable nor acceptable, as evidenced by recent operations in Gaza.
Turkey therefore reiterates its call for the immediate implementation of Security Council Resolution 1860 (2009)
End restrictions on Gaza residents that affect their basic human rights.
He went on to say that the situation in Syria remains a serious humanitarian crisis, stressing that the humanitarian situation has become even more severe in the cold winter.
In addition, he said, "This crisis is beyond the local scope and unfortunately it spreads to neighboring countries in the form of cross-cutting"
Border fires and mass movements of civilians seeking security and shelter.
He said Turkey lost five citizens in a border town and more were injured;
The country also received more than 130 Syrians.
He stressed that the humanitarian response plan for the Syrian crisis is seriously insufficient and needs further attention from the international community.
Turkey will also continue to support the legitimate aspirations of Special Representative Brahimi and the Syrian people.
Pedo Mo (Cuba)
She said that the Palestinian delegation believed yesterday's victory to be an "intermediate step" and called on the Security Council to take action to recognize Palestine as a full member of the United Nations.
Cuba reiterated its deep concern about the situation in the region, particularly Israel's disrespect for international law.
The country's continued occupation of the land remains a major obstacle to a just, lasting and comprehensive peace in the region.
She therefore called on the international community to ask the Israeli authorities not to escalate the situation and called for, inter alia, the immediate lifting of the "genocide" blockade on the Gaza Strip, the construction of settlements, the demolition of Palestinian housing and the construction of the wall were stopped immediately.
She went on to say that another major obstacle was the continued occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights and its de facto annexation.
In this regard, she said that all legislative measures that Israel may take to change the demographic nature of the territory or its administrative structure are "invalid ".
In fact, such activities are a blatant violation of deliberate laws, in particular security council resolutions and the Fourth Geneva Convention.
She strongly condemned Israel's "barbaric" practices and expressed concern about the harsh conditions of those detained in Israeli prisons.
Regarding the situation in Syria, she highlighted the collusion of the mass media "used to distort reality.
Cuba is deeply concerned about the violence, military aggression and foreign intervention there and condemns them.
It also reiterated its firm opposition to foreign interference in the affairs of sovereign states and any attempt to undermine, in particular, Syrian sovereignty and territorial integrity.
In conclusion, she reiterated Cuba's confidence in the Syrian government and people to resolve the crisis in their own country without any foreign intervention.
Welcoming the two resolutions on Jerusalem and the Syrian Golan Heights, Bashar al-Jaafari (Syria)
In particular, all delegates, especially those who have good faith in Syria, are called upon not to discuss the situation in Syria in today's debate.
He said that what is being reviewed is the situation in the Middle East, adding that any discussion about the situation in his country would distract people from the central issue.
Member States wishing to discuss the Syrian issue should do so when considering the issue.
He condemned Israel's aggression and stressed the need to respect the Charter of the United Nations and other international instruments, particularly those relating to foreign occupation.
The relevant decisions should be followed up and implemented without exception.
He did not believe that "any representative gathered here expected their resolution to become a dead letter later ".
The delegates held numerous meetings calling on Israel to end its occupation, violations, settler movements and aggressive politics, as well as other illegal acts.
Israeli aggression continues, as evidenced by the recent attacks on Palestine in Gaza.
Condemning the efforts of Israeli settlers to change the population of Gaza, he called on member states not to deal with Arab-
Routine in Israel.
Otherwise, it is possible for the United Nations to lose its full credibility.
He went on to highlight the impasse of the quartet, saying that during Israel's recent aggression against Palestine, the agency could not hold a meeting.
He continued that no progress had been made during the more than 40 years of Israeli occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights.
It's two people. year-
The old child was detained and separated by Israel from his mother simply because the child was born in Syria and had no right to enter the Golan Heights.
A mine explosion in the Golan Heights killed many people.
The Syrian government has reported all these violations to the United Nations Secretariat.
He continued that it is also regrettable that Israeli military and political leaders remain irresponsible. He added that such impunity has been protected by countries that are security
Politics of double standards and hypocrisy must stop.
He said that if Israel does not completely withdraw from the occupied territories and establish an independent Palestinian state, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement cannot be achieved, member States are urged to vote in favor of resolutions upholding international law and promoting the rules and provisions of the United Nations Charter. Hussain HanifMalaysia)
He said that the developments of the past week, especially the Israeli attacks on the Palestinian people in Gaza, have triggered an international crisis that has almost caused instability and instability throughout the region.
"My delegation is deeply concerned that, despite the grave situation, the Security Council cannot do anything "--
Not only for the immediate cessation of hostilities, but even for the determination of whether or not to take action.
In that regard, he said, "We cannot allow this to happen again," stressing the need to address the "crux of the problem" and resolve the conflict once and for all.
The only way forward for Israel is to respect international law, including humanitarian and human rights laws, to stop all illegal settlement activities and to restart negotiations in good faith, which will show its intention to actually end the conflict.
As far as is concerned, the international community must reject any further delay in the resumption of peace negotiations, and it must continue to insist on both-
Country based on
East of Jerusalem is the 1967-kilometer border of the capital.
Malaysia also continues to be concerned about the situation in Syria.
In this regard, he said that "the fate and future of Syria is in the hands of Syrians themselves", calling for an end to "pointless violence ".
He urged all parties to the conflict to come to the table and engage in meaningful ways.
Malaysia stressed that any solution to the conflict must be Syria-
To ensure that the process is viable and permanent.
It also expressed concern about the spread of the Syrian conflict to the borders of Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan and hoped that those countries would refrain from taking measures that could further aggravate the situation. LI BAODONG (China)
Firmly support the efforts of the Palestinian people to restore their rights and support the establishment of a sovereign state with East Jerusalem, the capital of the 1967 border.
Vote for non
Observer status indicates that the international community supports the Palestinians in restoring their legitimate rights.
All parties must return to the negotiating table.
In particular, Israel, as a stronger party, must commit itself to fulfilling its obligations under international law.
The international community must make greater efforts to promote peace talks.
He said that the current humanitarian situation in Gaza and other occupied territories remains serious and is not conducive to promoting peace talks.
He called on Israel to lift the blockade on Gaza.
In addition, he said that resolving the conflict between Syria and Lebanon and Israel is crucial to maintaining peace in the region.
China supports the territorial integrity rights of Syria and Lebanon.
China is ready to do its utmost to support the Palestinian people.
The list is as follows :(Iran)
Congratulating Palestine on its support in the vote on the resolution to raise its status at the United Nations and expressing Palestine at the heart of the Middle East issue.
As a major source of resentment and despair, the "Palestinian tragedy" has been felt throughout the world, especially in the Muslim world.
Today's meeting comes a week after another tragic incident of a series of "repeated and serious crimes" committed by the Zionist regime against the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territory.
Talk about the regime's military attack on the Gaza Strip and its long term
He said that the term "psychological impact on young people" should be seen as part of a larger policy marked by expansionism and aggression.
The international community should fulfill its responsibility to prevent Israel from continuing to commit atrocities and flouting international law.
Regrettably, some strong Member States that have just become permanent members of the Security Council have prevented concrete action against Israeli crimes.
At the same time, the voting results of the resolution adopted by the General Assembly yesterday showed to what extent the Israeli regime was isolated and expressed to those who blindly supported the "illegal regime, they urgently need to review their policies.
He reiterated that the solution to the Palestinian issue was to force the Israeli occupying power to withdraw completely from the occupied territories and to enable the Palestinian people to return to their own land, in their entire land.
He also recorded the rejection by the Israeli delegation of unfounded allegations made by the Israeli representative against his country.
He mentioned one aspect of the dangerous behavior of the Israeli regime --
Israel's nuclear weapons program
The possession of nuclear weapons in the hands of regimes with "unparalleled" national terrorist records poses a real threat to peace and security.
The establishment of issues and initiatives that this threat the international community needs to address immediatelyweapons-
Free zones in the Middle East should be sought.
Failure to hold a meeting on the subject by the end of the year violated the agreement of the parties to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
The proliferation treaty. LYUTHA S. AL-MUGHAIRY (Oman)
Congratulating the Palestinian people on their historic achievements yesterday, expressing the Israeli government's deep concern about the continuing Israeli blockade and the tragic situation in the occupied Palestinian territory caused by the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip, and the illegal act of changing the composition of the population and strengthening Israeli settlement activities.
The international community must therefore send a clear message to Israel to stop these practices and call for genuine negotiations in order to build security and stability.
She added that the United Nations has adopted many resolutions and policies, but the issue remains a matter of concern and conflict that transcends the Middle East.
In this context, Oman believes that the role of the United Nations should shift from dealing with the crisis to seriously seeking a just and lasting comprehensive political solution, taking into account the interests of the Palestinians and Israelis, leading to the establishment of the Palestinian state and the state of Israel and living together.
Oman looked forward to an effective and sustained role for the United States and invited Israel to use international momentum to support direct negotiations. JUN YAMAZAKI (Japan)
He said that his delegation was deeply concerned about the "serious and deteriorating situation" in Syria and deeply regretted the continued violence that killed thousands of people.
Japan once again called on all Syrian parties to immediately stop violence and human rights violations and condemned the failure of the Syrian authorities to fulfill their commitments and responsibility to protect their citizens.
Support the diplomatic efforts of the Joint Special Representative of the United Nations and the League of Arab States
Japan once again urged Syrian leaders to end the violence immediately and for Syria-
Lead the political transition.
In this regard, he continues to say that Japan welcomes the formation of the "Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces National Coalition" this month, and he wants the alliance to represent a wide range of sectors of Syrian society and is advancing Syria-
Lead the transition process as early as possible.
From this perspective, Japan will provide support to the alliance.
Today, Japan hosted the fifth meeting of the Friends of the Syrian people's international sanctions working group in Tokyo.
The focus of the meeting is to improve the similar-
Expand the horizons of countries involved in sanctions.
Japan strongly wants the Syrian regime to listen to the international community and stop violence against its people, he said.
He said that the Middle East and the African region have been experiencing a series of democratic movements and recalled that the Arab Spring was fulfilled by the people's desire for freedom and democracy. M. CHANDRA W. YUDHA (Indonesia)
Noting that today's meeting was a historic Award to Africa yesterday
Observer State status for Palestine said that the recognition of Palestine as an important part of the international community and an ally was "something to be proud of and not afraid ".
He said two-
Within the framework of a comprehensive regional solution, including Lebanon and Syria, and in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions and the provisions of the quartet road map, propose a national solution, the Arab Peace Initiative and the principle of land for peace are possible, but it calls for negotiations between the parties.
Israel's settlement policy violates its obligations under international law and the road map and hinders progress.
He said Palestine should have long been founded.
Direct negotiations are needed to reach a comprehensive, fair and lasting solution that meets the aspirations of Israelis and Palestinians, including an end to the occupation and conflict and a just solution to the Palestinian refugee problem.
To that end, he called on Israel to stop all settlement activities in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and to dismantle all outposts.
Also calls on Israel to withdraw from occupied Lebanese land and the Syrian Golan Heights and to comply fully with Security Council Resolution 242 (1967)and 338 (1973).
In addition, with regard to the situation in Syria, he said that a process to find a solution based on the wishes and aspirations of the Syrian people must begin without delay.
Mohammed Masood Khan (Pakistan)
He said that the decision taken by the General Assembly yesterday was a step in the right direction --
One is to accept the reality on the ground.
This should also be a step towards recognizing Palestine as a full member of the United Nations.
He added that the actions of the General Assembly were taken after a bloody week of Palestinian killings and a very popular ceasefire, condemning the killing and military operations.
"This recurring phenomenon…]
He stressed in this regard and urged the international community to take immediate and effective measures to ensure that violence did not erupt.
Some countries were disappointed by yesterday's decision of the General Assembly as unilateral action.
"In fact, the Palestinian people have waited too long to exercise their rights --
"Determination and recognition of the status of a legitimate country," he said . ".
Pakistan sincerely hopes and calls for no retaliation or retaliation against Palestine after its adoption yesterday.
"The Palestinian people need sympathy and solidarity, not alienation and punishment," he said in this regard . ".
At the same time, there have recently been serious doubts about the feasibility of the two weapons. State solution.
As the window for this solution continues to narrow, there is an urgent need to relaunch the Middle East peace process, the quartet road map and the Madrid principles in line with the agreed terms of reference, including Security Council resolutions, the Arab peace initiative.
In addition, he stressed that peace should be sought seriously,
Israel must stop building illegal settlements as a state solution.
Before the vote, the representative of Israel requested a vote on all the resolutions currently before the General Assembly.
The General Assembly first adopted the text of the Committee on the exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people (File A/67/L. 17)
Oppose It by 106 votes to 7 votes (
Australia, Canada, Commonwealth, Israel, Marshall Islands, Palau, United States)
56 abstention(
See Annex I for details of the vote. )
The General Assembly subsequently adopted a draft resolution on the Palestinian people's rights division of the Secretariat (File A/67/L. 18)
Oppose It by 103 votes to 7 votes (
Australia, Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Commonwealth, Palau, United States)
61 abstention. (Annex II)
Oppose It by 160 votes to 7 votes (
Australia, Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Commonwealth, Palau, United States)
7 abstention (
Cameroon, El Salvador, Honduras, Papua New Guinea, Togo, Tonga and Vanuatu)
The General Assembly adopted the text of the special information programme on Palestine of the Department of Public Information of the Secretariat (File A/67/L. 19). (Annex III)
The General Assembly subsequently adopted a draft on a peaceful settlement of the Palestinian question (File A/67/L. 20)
Oppose It by 163 votes to 6 votes (
Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Federation of Micronesia West Asia, Palau, United States)
5 abstention (
Australia, Cameroon, Honduras, Papua New Guinea, Tonga). (Annex IV)
With regard to the draft resolution on the situation in the Middle East, the General Assembly adopted the text on Jerusalem (File A/67/L. 23)
Oppose by 162 votes and 7 votes (
Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Commonwealth of mikelosia, Nauru, Palau, United States)
6 abstention (
Cameroon, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Togo, Tonga, Vanuatu). (Annex V)
Consideration of the final draft before the Syrian Golan Heights (File A/67/L. 24)
The General Assembly adopted the resolution by a recorded vote of 110 votes against 6 (
Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Federation of Micronesia West Asia, Palau, United States)
59 abstention(Annex VI)
The representative of Brazil also made a statement on behalf of Argentina in explanation of vote, saying that states had voted in favor of the resolution on the Syrian Golan Heights (File A/67/L. 24)
Because the United Nations Charter prohibits the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity of a country.
He added that it is important to make progress in the search for a solution on the track of the Syrian peace process, stressing the importance of renegotiating to find a lasting solution in this regard.
Statement by the representative of Singapore on the resolution of the Committee on the exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people (File A/67/L. 17)
He said that his delegation had voted in favor of the text.
In his general statement, The Observer for Palestine said yesterday was a historic day for the "Palestinian people and the state" and for all those who supported peace in the Middle East.
"I cannot describe the enthusiasm that the General Assembly had generated yesterday in listening to President Mahmoud Abbas's statement and vote to change the status of Palestine ".
He said that thousands of Palestinians were very happy to celebrate this development and thanked those who "made history" by voting together
Initiation or vote of the resolution.
The text promoting the status of Palestine helped save the two countries
He said national solutions and peace will be saved.
It also helps open the door to creating an atmosphere conducive to negotiations with Israel and to ending long-standing negotiations
And the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
Palestine hopes that Israel will "give this peaceful choice a chance" to continue its war against the Palestinian people.
However, the Israeli government's response was an immediate provocation by expanding its illegal settlements.
"They tried to provoke us," he stressed ".
Palestine looks forward to the international community
Including the Security Council
Uphold international law and make Israel abide by it.
"They unilaterally create illegal facts on the ground" and take measures in violation of international law, he said.
Palestine will continue to lend a helping hand in peace.
However, its determination and determination are "limited" and are being tested.
If the Israeli side is prepared to negotiate in good faith in accordance with the terms of reference of the peace process, "Maybe we can open the door for peace to move forward ".
As President Abbas sent a "very clear" message yesterday, this is Israel's choice.
He hoped that soon Palestine would become a full member of the United Nations.
In fact, yesterday's overwhelming vote sent a "huge message" to the Security Council in this regard ".
He stressed that the Palestinian flag should be arranged in alphabetical order with other countries in front of the United Nations building "in order to open a new chapter for Palestine and the international community ".
The representative of Syria also spoke after the meeting, thanking the General Assembly for the adoption of the resolution on the Syrian Golan Heights since 1981, as well as the resolution on the Palestinian issue and the situation in the Middle East.
These actions clearly demonstrate that the General Assembly supports the objectives and objectives of the United Nations Charter and that Syria has the right to restore the territories occupied since 1967.
They sent a clear message to Israel that the imposition of fait accompli, the forced annexation of other people's land, and other illegal actions were clearly in violation of the Charter and the Fourth Geneva Convention.
These actions have aroused condemnation and condemnation by the international community.
He stressed Syria's unshakable determination to liberate the territory of the Golan Heights to the 4June1967 border.
In conclusion, he said that it was regrettable that certain human rights advocates imposed sanctions on Syria, although no resolution had been voted in favor of ending Israel's occupation of the territory of the Syrian Golan Heights.
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