KSA Affirms the Right of the Palestinian People to Regain All Their Occupied Territories
Geneva, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has renewed its condemnation and rejection of the Israeli Prime Minister's recent declaration of his intention to annex lands from the occupied West Bank in 1967, if he wins the elections, describing the declaration as a very dangerous escalation, a flagrant violation of the Charter of the United Nations and the principles of the international law and international norms, and it undermines the efforts of the peace process.
The Kingdom affirmed the right of the Palestinian people to regain all of their occupied territories and their full enjoyment of their rights, and that Israel's policy of imposing a fait accompli will not succeed in obliterating the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people.
This came in the Kingdom's speech on the situation of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories delivered by Saudi Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Wasel, who said that the Kingdom stands with the Palestinian people and supports them at all levels out of its sincere belief in supporting the right and rejecting injustice, therefore, supporting the Palestinian cause has been and remains one of the Kingdom's foreign policy priorities.
Source: Saudi Press Agency