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Source: General Assembly
3 October 2007


General Assembly
GA/10628

Department of Public Information • News and Media Division • New York


Sixty-second General Assembly
Plenary
16th Meeting (AM)

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Background

The General Assembly reconvened today to continue their general debate.

Statements

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LAM AKOL AJAWIN, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Sudan, ...

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The fact that the Palestinian question remained unresolved since establishment of the United Nations not only tarnished the Organization’s credibility, but also continued to threaten international peace and security, he warned.  The international community should force Israel to comply with international resolutions and fulfil its commitments, as stipulated in the Road Map. ...

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MARCO HAUSIKU, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Namibia, ...

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... He reaffirmed the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people to self-determination, as well as their right of return, and he called on the parties to resume the peace process.  ...

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CLAUDE HELLER, Permanent Representative and Chairman of the Delegation of Mexico, ...

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On the Middle East, he supported efforts for a new peace process between Israelis and Palestinians, as a solution could only be reached through negotiation.  He hoped Israel and an economically viable Palestinian State could exist within secure borders.

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