Published: 2022-08-06 19:58
Last Updated: 2022-08-15 21:03
The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that it is leading a diplomatic movement to stop the continuous aggression of the Israeli Occupation against the Palestinian people.
The political advisor to the Palestinian Foreign Minister, Ambassador Ahmed Al-Deek, said that Minister Riyad Al-Maliki issued his instructions yesterday to the ambassadors and heads of missions of the State of Palestine around the world to quickly go to the ministries of foreign affairs, decision-making centers and public opinion in the host countries to explain and expose the dimensions of the Israeli Occupation aggression against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, especially the crimes committed by the occupation forces against defenseless civilians, including children, women, the sick and the elderly, as well as the destruction of infrastructure and homes throughout the Gaza Strip.
He added that this aggression is an integral part of the comprehensive war of occupation against the Palestinian people, their homeland, their cause and their rights, and all countries are required to condemn this aggression and assume their responsibilities in putting pressure on the occupying state to stop it immediately, especially since the Israeli Occupation government started the aggression.
Ambassador Al-Deek stressed the need to explain and clarify the right of the Palestinian people to defend themselves against the advanced Israeli Occupation war machine, and to demand the international community and countries to shoulder their responsibilities in lifting the unjust siege on the Gaza Strip and forcing the occupying power to engage in a real political process to end the occupation and implement the resolutions of international legitimacy.
He stressed that this move falls within the framework of an international political, diplomatic and legal movement with all international parties to mobilize the widest pressure on the Israeli Occupation government to stop its aggression immediately.