Days of Palestine, New York –President of UNGA Sam Kutesa along with other top UN officials voiced on Monday their solidarity with the people of Palestine.
The officials called for the Israeli occupation to halt its continuous attacks on holy sites in the occupied city of Jerusalem and to lift the strict and oppressive siege on the Gaza Strip.
“In light of the recent violent incidents that led to civilian deaths and injuries, I strongly condemn all acts of violence against civilians and attacks against religious sites,” Kutesa said.
He highlighted that the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip remains critical, with high rates of poverty and unemployment.
The remarks of the officials came during a special meeting of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People in observance of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
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“The long-standing restrictions on the movement of people and goods continue to undermine the living conditions of the 1.7 million Palestinians in Gaza and, therefore, the blockade should be lifted,” he stressed.
The special meeting was held ahead of the International Day, observed annually on November 29 to mark the date in 1947, when the General Assembly adopted a resolution partitioning Palestine into two States, one Arab and one Jewish.
An Arab state has not seen the light, while Jewish was immediately established by the help of international community.
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Kutesa underscored that conditions on the ground remain “volatile” and the situation in Jerusalem and the West Bank is “still a source of serious concern.”