Latest in Tag: Palestine Highlight
Latest in Tag: Palestine
Israel’s settlement operations undermine chances of reaching two-state solution, violate international legitimacy and international law
El Molla meets Israeli Minister of Energy, Palestinian President’s adviser for economic affairs
Aboul Gheit valued UN envoy’s position in condemning Israeli settlement expansion
This week, Cairo hosted a new meeting for the Palestinian parties in an attempt to unify the family.
Wennesland expressed his aspiration to coordinate with Cairo to advance peace process in region
Observers from Arab League will follow electoral process in Palestine: Aboul Gheit
Participants in Palestinian National Dialogue agreed to hold another meeting in Cairo next March
Ministers agreed that Arab countries need to stand together to face imminent dangers, international and regional interference
Under the patronage of Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the Palestinian factions, mainly Fatah and Hamas, began, on Monday, a national dialogue in Cairo that aims to end the internal division and prepares for the country’s first parliamentary and presidential elections since 2006.
Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry and his Jordanian counterpart, Ayman Safadi, have reaffirmed the Arab stance on the Palestinian issue during their meeting on Monday.
Egypt has condemned the Israeli authorities’ approval of a project to construct 780 new settlement units in the occupied West Bank, as a new violation of international law. Ahmed Hafez, Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reiterated Egypt’s total rejection of the continued settlement in the occupied Palestinian territories, including in East Jerusalem. He …
Al-Asoumi calls on international community to provide legal protection for Palestinian prisoners
Such steps undermine chances for two-state solution to long-running Palestinian-Israeli conflict: Egypt’s Foreign Ministry
France to host next meeting to support Egypt’s efforts aimed at ending Palestine’s internal division
Egypt hosted Quartet meeting on Palestine as part of Munich Group
Participants will urge Palestinian, Israeli sides to resume negotiation to reach comprehensive political settlement based on two-state solution
Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry has held a telephone meeting with his Israeli counterpart, Gabi Ashkenazi, in preparation for a Quartet meeting in the coming days.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi discussed and Jordan’s King Abdullah II agreed on importance of resuming talks to resolve Palestinian cause
Israel’s Knesset approved draft law obliging ministries in Israel to supply all outposts in the occupied West Bank with the infrastructure services
Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine convene in Cairo to discuss two-state solution
Palestinian Foreign Ministry said that Israel’s escalation of demolishing Palestinian homes constitutes “a crime against humanity that the world ignores.”
‘Arab Spring has weakened many countries in region, giving rise to Iran and Turkey’s imperialistic tendencies,’ says Arab League Chief
“The United Nations remains committed to supporting Palestinians and Israelis to resolve the conflict,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres added
Two leaders agreed to maintain intensive bilateral coordination on numerous matters
Palestinian Ambassador to Cairo Diab Al-Louh said that Abbas’s visit comes “in the framework of joint coordination between the Palestinian and Egyptian leaderships to face political challenges.”
Pan-Arab organisation describes Balfour Declaration as start of “tragedy of the century”
Shoukry highlights Egypt’s keenness to provide all support to UN envoy’s efforts to revive stuttering peace process
PLO did not mandate any party to speak in name of Palestinian people, Mahmoud Abbas tells UN
A statement by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson, Ahmed Hafez, said that Shoukry will take part in discussions, on Thursday, with his Jordanian, German and French counterparts.
Cairo Declaration is important step to complete Libya’s political path started in Berlin, says Sameh Shoukry