Le 70e débat général continue (25ième, 26ième et 27ième séances) - Communiqué de presse (extraits) Français
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MICHEL KAFANDO, President of the Transitional Government of Burkina Faso, …He urged a peaceful resolution to the Israel-Palestine conflict,
WALID AL-MOUALEM, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Syria, …His country supported the rights of the Palestinian people, as well as the establishment of an independent State on its land, with Jerusalem as its capital.
GUNNAR BRAGI SVEINSSON, Minister for Foreign Affairs and External Trade of Iceland, …He remained committed to the two-State solution for Israel and Palestine. He expressed concern over the humanitarian situation of Palestinians, while at the same time, decried terrorist activities from certain elements among them.
MANUEL SALVADOR DOS RAMOS, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Communities of São Tome and Príncipe, …He went on to mention “persistent hotbeds of tension” around the world — including Mali, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Western Sahara, Israel and Palestine, among others — and commented in particular on the conflict in Syria with its disastrous consequences.
MUHAMMAD JUSUF KALLA, Vice-President of Indonesia, said a success story of the United Nations was its peacekeeping operations, which had kept conflicts at bay around the world. Indonesia was the largest contributor of troops to the Department of Peacekeeping Operations, and stood ready to contribute even more troops if necessary. At present, however, there were still many conflicts raging around the world: the Palestinian people still had no State,
AÏCHATOU BOULAMA KANÉ, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Niger…However, the Israeli-Palestinian crisis had not yet been resolved in spite of many initiatives and peace plans of the United Nations and its Member States. Niger stood in solidarity with the Palestinian people and was a supporter of the two-State Solution.
ALVA R. BAPTISTE, Minister for External Affairs, International Trade and Civil Aviation of Saint Lucia, … similar approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict should be taken, he said, reiterating his country’s recognition of the Statehood of Palestine and its full membership in the United Nations.
GUSTAVO MEZA-CUADRA (Peru) …He also called for a two-State solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict.
JOÃO SOARES DA GAMA (Guinea-Bissau) …Welcoming the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, he said the main actors in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process could draw inspiration from that example.
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