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UNITED
NATIONS
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        General Assembly
A/60/PV.24
29 September 2005

Official Records

General Assembly
Sixtieth session
24th plenary meeting
Thursday, 29 September 2005, 10 a.m.

New York

President:Mr. Jan Eliasson ..................................................................................(Sweden)

The meeting was called to order at 10.10 a.m.

Agenda item 110 (continued)


Report of the Secretary-General on the work of the Organization (A/60/1)

The President : Members will recall that the Secretary-General presented his report to the General Assembly at the 9th plenary meeting, held on 17 September 2005.

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Mr. Akram (Pakistan): ...

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... We see better prospects for peaceful settlement of the question of Palestine and the Jammu and Kashmir dispute. We remain concerned, however, over the persistence of other crises and conflicts in Asia and Africa, where innocent lives are being lost daily. We condemn the recent terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom, Egypt, Iraq and other regions of the world.

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Mr. Hamidon (Malaysia): ...

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Nor should the United Nations not lose sight of one long-standing problem which has been confronting the Organization since its inception: the question of Palestine. Malaysia welcomes the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza. But this should be part of the road map process and should be quickly followed by similar measures in the West Bank. Israel should also cease all settlement activities, including in and around Jerusalem, as well as the construction of the separation wall, which has been pronounced illegal by the International Court of Justice. The United Nations must remain engaged in efforts for the establishment of an independent and sovereign Palestinian State with Jerusalem as its capital.

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The meeting rose at 12.55 p.m.



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