The division nonetheless believes in a negotiated two-state resolution and says the newest actions by Israel undermine this and may have a unfavorable influence on the complete peace course of.
The division of worldwide relations and cooperation (Dirco) in an announcement strongly condemned Israel’s plans to go forward with the planned annexation of occupied Palestinian territories, calling it provocative.
“Israel’s actions are in stark violation of worldwide legislation, additionally disregards worldwide humanitarian legislation and UN Security Council Resolutions, together with Resolutions 446 (1979) and 2334 (2016).”
“It is perplexing that in these unprecedented instances, because the worldwide group addresses the worldwide problem of the Covid-19 pandemic, Israel is exploiting the state of affairs to advance its de facto annexation of Palestinian land.”
“The harmful prospect of Israel persevering with with its unilateral actions and to annex massive elements of the occupied West Bank and Jordan Valley is not solely belligerent but in addition threaten efforts to advance regional peace,” mentioned Dirco.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to go forward with the annexation, after a 12 months of political impasse, the transfer may see the tip of the long-stalled peace course of.
The division nonetheless believes in a negotiated two-state resolution and says the newest actions by Israel undermine this.
“South Africa reiterates that any peace plan shouldn’t enable Palestinian statehood to devolve into an entity devoid of sovereignty, territorial contiguity and financial viability.”
“In this regard, an answer have to be premised on a simply settlement with simply legal guidelines that is rights-based and that facilitates equality and fairness for all who’ve a proper to live within the territories of Israel and Palestine. This contains sovereign equality between states,” mentioned the division.
(Compiled by Sandisiwe Mbhele)
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