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The president of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA), Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen, received this Friday at the presidential headquarters in Ramallah the envoys of the US administration, Yael Lambert, US Undersecretary of State, and Hadi Amr, US Deputy Undersecretary of State. ; to whom he warned about the possibility of suspending the recognition of the State of Israel, a setback of almost 30 years in the conflict.

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Abbas called on President Biden and his administration to intervene immediately and urgently to assume their responsibilities, given the seriousness of the situation following the Israeli measures in all the Palestinian territories, especially in Jerusalem, the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

The Palestinian president stressed the need for an immediate cessation of Israeli attacks and full respect for the legal and historical situation in Jerusalem and in Haram al-Sharif, holding the Israeli occupation government fully responsible for the deterioration of the situation.



On the other hand, he indicated that in the absence of a political horizon and the Israeli refusal to stop unilateral actions and abide by the signed agreements, the Palestinian leadership will have the right to implement the decisions of the Central Council in the near future, which include a suspension of the PNA’s recognition of the State of Israel, which, at the time, was considered a milestone in the bilateral conflict.

He also warned against the continuation of this Israeli escalation on the ground, with incursions into Palestinian cities, towns and camps, massacres of the Palestinian people and other brutal attacks, which will have consequences that he called terrible and unbearable.

Abbas pointed out the importance of creating a political horizon that leads to the end of the Israeli occupation of the land of the State of Palestine, with its capital in East Jerusalem, and called for the prompt reopening of the United States Consulate in the city of Jerusalem, according to the commitment of the US administration.



In this context, Abbas analyzed, in a telephone call with the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, the events in the Palestinian territories, especially in Jerusalem, given the tension in the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa mosque.

Called on the United Nations to mobilize regional and international efforts to end the historical injustice against the Palestinian people in accordance with international law and relevant United Nations resolutions, to enable the Palestinian people to live in freedom, peace, security and dignity in their homeland.

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