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Omani Foreign Minister invites Arabs to visit Jerusalem

Ramallah (UNA) - Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi called on Arab countries to accept the invitation of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to visit Palestine and occupied Jerusalem, emphasizing that the Palestinian people are not alone, and that all Arab peoples stand by it. Bin Alawi affirmed, in a press conference following his meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, at the headquarters of the city of Ramallah, today, Thursday, that the Sultanate of Oman stands with Palestine at all times and expressed his support and backing for President Abbas's political efforts aimed at ending the occupation and establishing the Palestinian state. Independent. He said: There are difficulties on the political horizon, especially since the international blocs expressed their surprise at the decision of US President Donald Trump regarding the occupied city of Jerusalem. He added that the establishment of the Palestinian state is not a gift, but rather a historical, civilizational and geographical necessity, and that whoever wants to contribute to getting rid of the remnants of wars must support President Abbas and his government, noting that Abbas's speech in the Security Council on the twentieth of this month will determine the Palestinian path, which is the path of Selma. Bin Alawi stressed that it is not possible to achieve stability, development and build a culture of tolerance without the establishment of a Palestinian state with all its components, and pointed out the need for a strategy for the establishment of the Palestinian state, as it is the most important part in combating terrorism in the region and the world. During the meeting, President Abbas briefed the Omani minister on the latest developments in the Palestinian territories, and the impasse in the political process, following the American decision regarding Jerusalem, and Israeli practices towards the Palestinian people. Abbas stressed the need to establish a new international multilateral mechanism based on the resolutions of international legitimacy, emanating from an international conference, to save the political process and achieve peace in the region. (End) pg

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