JEDDAH, Sept 16 (KUNA) -- Gulf Cooperation Council foreign ministers stressed the firm position toward Palestine right to have its own free state, with East Jerusalem as its capital, with 1967 borders.
In the final statement for GCC ministerial meeting, held in Riyadh on Thursday, Secretary General Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf said, the Palestinian issue comes on top of all priorities for Arabs and Muslims, demanding the right to return for Palestinian refugees, along with accepting the two-state solution to resume the peace process negotiation.
The GCC ministerial meeting, chaired by Bahrain's Foreign Minister Dr. Abdullatif Al-Zayani, condemned the Israeli ongoing violations of the international law towards Palestinians, calling on the international community to take a firm action against the Israeli cruelties, the statement added.
The GCC agreed to form an international investigation committee, according to UN's Human Right council resolution on July 22, 2021 regarding violations committed by Israelis against Palestinians, the statement said. (end) nso.mys