Assemblée générale: le 71e débat général s’ouvre (17ième, 18ième et 19ième séances)- Communiqué de presse (extraits) Français
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23 September 2016
Defeating Terrorism, Human Trafficking Crucial for Addressing Huge Migratory Flows
into Europe, Speakers from Continent Stress as General Debate Continues
XAVIER BETTEL, Prime Minister of Luxembourg, said ...egarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, he said that a two-State solution was the only way to resolve it, adding that he supported the convening of an international conference to help the parties reach a settlement.
NEROOD JUGNAUTH, Prime Minister of Mauritius, said...Welcoming the move by the United Nations to recognize Palestine as an observer, he called for a revival of efforts towards a two-State solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
SALAHEDDINE MEZOUAR, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Morocco, said... The Middle East could never “enjoy lasting peace” without establishing a Palestinian State, he said, urging the revival of a peace process and an end to changing the demographic composition of Jerusalem.
MOISÉS OMAR HALLESLEVENS ACEVEDO, Vice-President of Nicaragua, said...Nicaragua demanded the immediate end of the occupation of Arab and Palestinian territories by Israel, ...
PATRICE EMERY TROVOADA, Prime Minister of Sao Tome and Principe, said... The Organization should be able to establish more binding mechanisms to address such insecurity, especially when it came to long-lasting conflicts between Israel and Palestine and in Libya as well as Syria.
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