Saudi Arabia and Norway Host a Meeting in Brussels to Discuss a Coordinated Approach to Palestinian Recognition.

Saudi Arabia and Norway Host a Meeting in Brussels to Discuss a Coordinated Approach to Palestinian Recognition.

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and Norway hosted a meeting in Brussels on Sunday to discuss a coordinated approach to Palestinian recognition.

According to the Saudi Press Agency, the meeting focused on the urgent need to end the conflict in Gaza and take the necessary steps to implement a two-state solution. Ministers and representatives from Algeria, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Jordan, Latvia, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Palestine, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the UAE, the United Kingdom, and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation were in attendance.

The conference endorsed efforts to achieve an immediate ceasefire, release prisoners and hostages, end the war in the Gaza Strip and all illegal unilateral measures and violations in the occupied Palestinian territories, including control of the Rafah crossing, and address the devastating humanitarian crisis.

Concrete steps towards establishing a Palestinian state within the framework of the two-state solution, as well as pursuing a political path that promotes a long-term solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, were also discussed. This would then lead to a just and lasting solution that meets the rights of the Palestinian people and achieves security in the region, paving the way for normal relations between countries, the meeting heard.

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