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Presidency: Climate created by incursions and absence of a horizon of peace led to surge in violence


RAMALLAH, Thursday, December 13, 2018 (WAFA) - Commenting on the latest developments in the West Bank, the Presidency said in a statement that “the climate created by the policy of repeated incursions into the cities, incitement against the President and the absence of a horizon for peace are what led to this rejected surge in violence, which we condemn and reject and which both sides pay its price.”

The Presidency stressed that “our constant policy is to reject violence, incursions and settlers’ terror and that incitement should stop and not to create an atmosphere that contributes to the aggravation of the situation.”

The Presidency emphasized that “the consistent position of the President is to end the occupation and establish the independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital on the borders of 4 June 1967 and the resolutions of the international legality and international law that provide security, stability and peace for all.”


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