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Palestinian delegation present report to President Abbas on Aqaba meeting

RAMALLAH, Sunday, February 26, 2023 (WAFA) – The Palestinian delegation to the five-party meeting in Aqaba, Jordan presented a report to the President of the State of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, on the deliberations, the topics that were discussed and the results that were reached, on top of which is the end of aggression and unilateral Israeli measures and commitment to the signed agreements in preparation for going to a political horizon that ends the Israeli occupation of the land of the State of Palestine within the borders of a year 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital, in accordance with the resolutions of international legitimacy.

King Abdullah II of Jordan, received the participating delegations, and stressed the importance of reaching an agreement on stopping the unilateral measures, and stressed the Kingdom's keenness to preserve the two-state solution based on the decisions of international legitimacy, as a basis for ending the occupation and establishing an independent Palestinian state, living together with Israel in peace and security, stressing the need to preserve the historical situation in Jerusalem, within the framework of the Hashemite guardianship of Islamic and Christian sanctities.

The Palestinian delegation participating in this meeting affirmed that it had put forward all the points of the Palestinian position that were agreed upon in the leadership meetings, including stopping settlements and settlers' terrorism, preserving the identity and character of the city of Jerusalem, preserving the historical situation in al-Aqsa, reopening closed institutions in Jerusalem, holding elections in accordance with agreements, stopping raids on cities, villages, and camps, killings, stopping house demolitions and displacing Palestinians, adhering to the Hebron Agreement, releasing the fourth batch of pre-1993 prisoners, children, women, the elderly, and the sick, and returning conditions to before September 28, 2000, the return of the Palestinian crews to the international bridges and crossings.


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