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UAE, Saudi, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt Foreign Ministers back Gaza crisis mediation

Tue 04 Jun 2024    
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Abu Dhabi: On June 3, Foreign Ministers from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, and Egypt convened virtually to discuss ongoing mediation efforts concerning the Gaza crisis. These efforts, led by Egypt, Qatar, and the US, aim to secure a lasting ceasefire, the release of captives, and the unrestricted flow of aid into Gaza.

Support for these endeavors was reiterated by the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan. The discussion also revolved around President Biden’s recent proposal, emphasizing the need for constructive engagement.

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The collective emphasized the urgency of ceasing aggression, alleviating the humanitarian crisis, facilitating the return of displaced persons, and ensuring the complete withdrawal of Israeli forces from Gaza. A comprehensive reconstruction plan within a two-state framework, based on UN resolutions, was underscored.

Implementing a two-state solution, with a sovereign Palestinian state based on pre-1967 borders and East Jerusalem as its capital, alongside Israel, was advocated as the path to regional security and peace, aligning with international legitimacy resolutions.

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