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The League of Arab States has emphasized the necessity of implementing the recent resolution issued by the United Nations Security Council regarding an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, calling for an end to the Israeli military operations and the months-long bloodshed, and the provision of humanitarian aid to the population through a sustainable and reliable mechanism.

The League of Arab States has emphasized the necessity of implementing the recent resolution issued by the United Nations Security Council regarding an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, calling for an end to the Israeli military operations and the months-long bloodshed, and the provision of humanitarian aid to the population through a sustainable and reliable mechanism.


This remark came during a meeting between Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit:eneral Ahmed Aboul Gheit, at the organization’s headquarters, with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of New Zealand Winston Peters.

During the meeting, they discussed several regional and international issues of mutual interest, with the Palestinian cause at the forefront, as well as ways to enhance bilateral relations.

Aboul Gheit urged New Zealand to recognize the state of Palestine, stating that such a move would be a step towards achieving a peaceful settlement based on the two-state solution.

Source: Oman News Agency