Mr. Nasser Bourita Takes Part in Ministerial Delegation Meeting of Arab Peace Initiative Committee

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Mr. Nasser Bourita Takes Part in Ministerial Delegation Meeting of Arab Peace Initiative Committee
Amman,(MOFA)- Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, Mr. Nasser Bourita took part, on Tuesday by videoconference, in a meeting of Foreign Ministers of member states of the Arab ministerial delegation, under the Arab Peace Initiative Committee.

In addition to Mr. Bourita, the Foreign Ministers of Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Palestine took part in this meeting.  

This meeting was marked by the participation also of the Foreign Ministers of Tunisia, which currently sits on the UN Security Council, of the Sultanate of Oman (President of the current ordinary session of the council of the League of Arab States at the ministerial level), Kuwait (former member of the Security Council), in addition to the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States.  

The meeting was an opportunity to review the efforts made to prevent the implementation of the Israeli decision to annex part of the occupied Palestinian territories and preserve the chances of achieving a just and comprehensive peace.

In a statement issued at the end of this ministerial meeting, the Arab Foreign Ministers expressed the rejection by the Arab countries of the annexation of part of the occupied Palestinian territories, noting that this annexation constitutes a violation of the international law and will undermine the basis of the peace process, namely the two-state solution.

They reiterated their support for the Palestinians in order to achieve their legitimate rights, on top of which freedom and the establishment of an independent state with eastern Al Quds as capital.  

The Arab Ministers also stressed the need to resume serious and active negotiations to find a solution to this conflict on the basis of two states in accordance with international resolutions.  

In this regard, they called for remaining attached to the Arab peace initiative adopted at the 2002 Beirut summit, noting that this initiative offers comprehensive solutions to achieve global and lasting peace.

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