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Jordanian, Turkish, Egyptian Ministers discuss Gaza at WEF

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Riyadh, 30 April 2024 (TDI): Gaza has been discussed as a key agenda point at the World Economic Forum (WEF) by Jordanian, Turkish, and Chinese Ministers.

Jordan’s Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi has reiterated that the only way to ensure security and peace in the region is through a Two-State solution.

Jordanian Minister declares Israel as ‘pariah state’

Foreign Minister Safadi said the war on Gaza had turned “Israel into a pariah state”.

He shared his comments during a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

He added that Netanyahu must not be allowed to lead the region into “destruction”.

The Israeli leader has been “disrupting the horizon for peace and is leading the region into a regional war,” he proclaimed.

Hence, “it is clear that Netanyahu does not want peace,” the Jordanian dignitary emphasized.

Gaza Contact Group Meeting

Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan met with his US counterpart on the sidelines meeting of the two-day World Economic Forum.

The two representatives discussed Palestinian issues during the Gaza Contact Group Meeting.

Foreign Minister Fidan stressed that the massacre in Gaza should end immediately.

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Moreover, pressure must be exerted on Israel for an end to the massacre, a permanent ceasefire, and delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Egyptian Foreign Minister at WEF

Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry shared the panel discussion with the Jordanian Foreign Minister at the World Economic Forum (WEF).

He explained that Hamas leaders have signaled readiness to abandon armed resistance “if there is a clear commitment to establishing a Palestinian state.”

“The armed struggle and resistance to occupation are legitimate, and as long as there is occupation there will be a justification for resisting it under international law,” he alarmed.

The top diplomat called for setting the conditions “that lead to Hamas being a partner in the [political] process and participating in establishing the Palestinian state.”

“Palestinian voters are entrusted with determining the role that Hamas can play,” he further spelled.

 

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