Secretary-General of Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Saeb Erekat pointed to the importance of taking the opportunity of the new US administration and put pressure on Israel which tries to destroy the two-state solution through pursuing arbitrary practices.

He said that peace can not be achieved under occupation, adding peace can only be realized through the independence of Palestine on the borders of 67 state with its capital in East Jerusalem, according to the relevant international legitimacy resolutions.

For his part, Palestine’s Ambassador to the State of Qatar Munir Ghannam said in remarks to (QNA) that the Palestinian President’s official visit to Qatar comes in the context of the ongoing consultation and coordination between the Qatari and the Palestinian leaderships. He pointed that the coordination between the two leaderships is continuous positive approach that reflects consensus about the Arab, regional and international issues.

He pointed to the importance of the visit time, in light of the developments in the region and the escalation of the Israeli imperialism in the occupied territories.

The Palestinian Cause has topped the priorities of the Qatari leadership, which spared no effort for assisting the Palestinian people, he added.

He said that Qatar is keen to help unify the Palestinian positions in the face of all the schemes carried by the Israeli occupation to seize Palestinian land and the violation of the rights of the Palestinian people.

Ambassador Ghannam lauded the Qatari role in strengthening the Palestinian People’s ability to withstand the Israeli plans in all fields, particularly in the framework of reconstruction projects and humanitarian support in all the Palestinian territories. (QNA)

Source: Qatar News Agency

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