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Source: Department of Public Information (DPI)
General Assembly
25 September 2013

General Assembly
GA/11425

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

Sixty-eighth General Assembly
Plenary
8th, 9th & 10th Meetings (AM, PM & Night)


WORLD LEADERS HIGHLIGHT LINK BETWEEN PEACE, DEVELOPMENT AS GENERAL

ASSEMBLY'S SIXTY-EIGHTH SESSION HOLDS A SECOND DAY OF ANNUAL DEBATE

Speakers Deplore Syria Crisis, Warn against Neglecting Climate Impacts

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Statements

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TAUR MATAN RUAK, President of Timor-Leste, ...

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... Touching on several other issues of importance, he expressed support for the right of the peoples of Palestine and Israel to live side-by-side in peace, dignity and in safety and welcomed resumption of direct talks leading to the establishment of two sovereign States. ...

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MACKY SALL, President of Senegal, ...

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... As Chairman of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, he called for a resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, in support of a two-State solution.

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BLAISE COMPAORÉ, President of Burkina Faso, ...

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... Also welcome had been renewed negotiations between Israel and Palestine.

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SHEIKH JABER AL MUBARAK AL HAMAD AL SABAH, Prime Minister of Kuwait, ...

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Speaking on the Middle East region as a whole, he said that only the international community had the capability of resolving the long-running conflict in Palestine, and he applauded the efforts of the United States towards achieving a breakthrough in the peace process, and hoped that persistent pressure on Israel would make it accept the resolutions of international legitimacy. ...

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IDRISS DEBY ITNO, President of Chad, ...

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Speaking of conflicts outside Africa, he encouraged the United Nations and the United States to make greater efforts to facilitate peace talks between Israel and Palestine, with the aim of reaching agreement on peaceful coexistence between two sovereign States. ...

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ALI ZEIDAN, Prime Minister of Libya, ...

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... He urged the international community to end the tragedy of the Palestinian people through a comprehensive solution that would establish the State of Palestine with Al Quds as its capital and guarantee refugees the right to return. ...

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ESPEN BARTH EIDE, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Norway, ...

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He welcomed the return to negotiations of Israeli and Palestinian leaders, recalling that earlier today, he had chaired a meeting of the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee, the international donor group for Palestine. Donors had reaffirmed their commitment to providing vital aid to the Palestinian Authority through the current transition to statehood. That could be the last chance, he said, emphasizing that it was one that the world could not afford to miss.

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