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Palestinian ambassador in Romania: Palestine problem – essence of whole Middle East conflict

Palestine’s ambassador in Romania Fuad Kokaly says the Palestinian problem is the essence of the whole Middle East conflict, and not solving it will keep the region on a gunpowder barrel.

He called the international community, the human rights organizations and all people who support the justice and the human rights to back the Palestinians’ right to freedom and independence, as well as the two-state resolution agreed by the international community, and to press Israel to observe the decisions of the international community and stop its “crimes against the Palestinian people.”

Once the Palestinian problem is solved, the terrorist and inhuman organizations acting in Iraq and Syria will no longer be able to claim fighting any regime to free Palestine. Restoring the peace and solving the Palestinian problem would pacify the region, especially the general population, but also the states, which will focus on education and social development, the diplomat asserted on Tuesday in a meeting with the press in Bucharest.

He stressed that the Palestinians want Israel to end its “occupation” within a firmly set deadline.

The Palestinians will continue their fight for independence and freedom using all the diplomatic and political means; they are not supporters of violence and terrorism, but want to live in peace with all their neighbours and have their own country, like any other people, the ambassador added.

He claimed that Palestinians who act extremely do so because they are frustrated and desperate. Israeli soldiers humiliate the human dignity; young Palestinians are humiliated every day, especially when travelling from one city to another, and every Palestinian youth is a target for Israeli soldiers, Kokaly declared, according to Agerpres.

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