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ONU: Return to 'negotiations' israelis and palestinian

Verantwortlicher Autor: Giorgio Esposito EN, 24.12.2020, 16:48 Uhr
Presse-Ressort von: GIORGIO ESPOSITO Bericht 2870x gelesen
The separation wall in the occupied Palestinian territories
The separation wall in the occupied Palestinian territories  Bild: United Nations

EN [ENA] United Nations: Return to the 'path of meaningful negotiations'. The UN envoy urges Israelis and Palestinians . Addressing the UN Security Council, UN Envoy for the Middle East Peace Process Nickolay Mladenov urged Israelis, Palestinians, regional states and the wider international community.

United Nations: Return to the 'path of meaningful negotiations'. Meanwhile, a serious financial crisis is also threatening the territories with medicians, nurses and frontline health workers who may not be able to support their families. Children may not have access to education and many families would have no food to feed themselves. Financial Shortage - A disruption to vital services in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) hangs in the balance as the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) faces a $ 88 million funding gap, which includes approximately $ 22 million to pay the salaries of nearly 30,000 frontline education, health, social and other workers who directly assist Palestinian refugees.

The Israeli-Palestinian question - Palestine was among the former Ottoman territories placed under British administration by the League of Nations in 1922. All these territories eventually became completely independent states, with the exception of Palestine. During the tenure, from 1922 to 1947, large-scale Jewish immigration took place, mainly from Eastern Europe, numbers that increased in the 1930s with Nazi persecution. Arab demands for independence and resistance to immigration led to a rebellion in 1937, followed by continued violence and terrorism on both sides. In 1947, the United Kingdom ceded the Palestine problem to the UN.

After examining the alternatives, the United Nations proposed ending the mandate and splitting Palestine into two independent states, one Palestinian Arab and the other Jewish, with Jerusalem internationalized. Israel proclaimed its independence and in the 1948 war involving neighboring Arab states it expanded up to 77% of the Palestinian mandate territory, including most of Jerusalem, with a generalized flight of Arabs from the aforementioned territories. In 2012, the General Assembly adopted a resolution granting Palestine the status of a non - member observer state to the United Nations. (Giorgio Esposito, international journalist - www.italianews.org

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