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Foreign Ministry: All plans proposed regarding the future of Gaza must pass through the gate of Palestinian legitimacy


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates warned against any plan or arrangements pursued by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his far-right allies regarding the future of the Gaza Strip, especially in terms of trying to separate the Wes

Wed 31 Jan 2024 | 04:47 PM
By Amir Haggag

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates warned against any plan or arrangements pursued by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his far-right allies regarding the future of the Gaza Strip, especially in terms of trying to separate the West Bank and the Gaza Strip to undermine the opportunity to materialize an independent Palestinian state.

The ministry considered in a statement today, Wednesday, that such alleged plans come as an extension of the ongoing Israeli attempts to liquidate the Palestinian cause and the rights of our people, and as a continuation of the genocidal war and the attempt to end it with a political massacre that prevents ending the occupation and enabling our people to exercise their right to self-determination in the land of their homeland or postpone its implementation. Procrastination and procrastination

She stressed that any plans or arrangements must pass through the gate of Palestinian legitimacy, from beginning to end, and with the participation of the Palestinian leadership in all their details, including approval, considering that this is an internal Palestinian matter over which Netanyahu and his ruling right-wing coalition have no authority, and any plans and arrangements It does not guarantee the unity of the geography of the Palestinian state, and its embodiment on the ground is nothing more than deliberately keeping the fuse of the war cycle burning

The Ministry called on not to be drawn into Netanyahu’s misleading evasions to hide his true intentions in achieving his ambitions and his racist colonialist positions that are hostile to peace and reject the Palestinian state, or to be dragged behind him to use talk about the future of Gaza and the international preoccupation with it as a cover to prolong the war, and to absorb the current international pressures to achieve an immediate ceasefire and protect the Palestinian territories. Civilians and securing their basic needs, in a way that contradicts the international will for peace and fails the international consensus on the necessity of implementing the principle of the two-state solution, ending the Israeli occupation, and resolving the conflict in these particular circumstances.