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Pakistan backs two-state solution to Israel-Palestinian conflict: FM Qureshi

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Pakistan has reaffirmed its stance on Palestine on Thursday, backing the two-state solution as a viable solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as enshrined in past resolutions of the United Nations (UN).

The reaffirmation of Pakistan’s stance comes about increasing uncertainty in the Palestinian region as Israel has continued to make pacts with surrounding Arab nations who have normalised ties with the Jewish state.

FM Qureshi takes to twitter to support Palestinian brothers

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has taken to twitter to clarify and reaffirm Pakistan’s stance on the crucial matter. He has touted a just two-state solution as per the UN resolutions and says the right of the Palestinian people to self determination is inalienable.

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The FM of Pakistan in his twitter post said, “Pakistan (using an emoji instead of text) reaffirms stand on #Palestine of 2 state solution as enshrined in @UN resolutions. Palestinian’s right to self determination is inalienable & we renew call for estab of independent State of Palestine on basis of internationally agreed parameters w/ Al-Quds Al-Sharif as capital.”

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Pakistan has backed the two-state solution according to the UN resolutions which must be observed by all international bodies and has promoted Al-Quds Al-Sharif as the new capital of an independent Palestinian state which must be established on the basis of internationally agreed parameters.

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