The President of the UN General Assembly Maria Fernanda Espinosa announced Friday evening, the adoption of five draft resolutions on Palestine and a sixth on the occupied Syrian Golan. "The six resolutions were passed by an absolute majority," Espinosa told a meeting of the General Assembly, quoted by the Anadolu News Agency.
Among the resolutions on Palestine, the one concerning the occupied El-Quds calls on the member states of the general assembly not to recognize any measure taken by Israel in the holy city. The resolution on occupied El-Qods, presented on Friday morning by Arab, Asian and Latin American countries, was adopted by an overwhelming majority, winning "the approval" of 148 countries against eleven objections (including Israel and the United States). United States), while "14 other States abstained."
The resolution on the Syrian Golan calls for the withdrawal of Israel from all the Golan Heights and reaffirms Syria's sovereignty over the region, in accordance with the relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions.
At least 235 Palestinians have been killed by the Israeli occupation army since the beginning of the mobilization called "March of Return" on March 30th. In addition to the end of the Ghaza blockade, this movement calls for the return of Palestinian refugees to the lands they fled from or expelled in 1948.
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