Statement of OMAN at UNGA73

Saturday, September 29, 2018
United Nation Theme: 
Goverment Statements

“The Palestinian Cause is the central problem for the Middle East […] It is convenient to create favorable conditions for positive discussions between the Palestinian and Israeli parties, to reach a comprehensive settlement, based on the two-state solution, since not establishing a Palestinian State will perpetuate violence and terrorism. […] For, achieving a peaceful environment between the Palestinian and Israeli parties is essential to establish peace in the region. We also call upon countries of the world, particularly, the United States […] to consider the future of this cause from the perspective of supporting orientations in peace, facilitating the work of international organizations, and not sacrificing peace.”

“The suffering of the Republic of Yemen requires all of us to double our efforts to help Yemen. The international community has to adopt a humanitarian project that would enable access to humanitarian aid by the Yemeni people in different provinces […]. Also, my country supports the efforts of the Special Envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffins and calls on facilitating his mission in holding meetings and consultations with all Yemeni parties, and facilitating their transportation to participate in such meetings. We envision that the political solution should take into account, the Yemeni reality, and that all Yemeni parties and Political Forces, in Yemen and abroad, should be given a chance in determining a prosperous future of their country.”

“Violence is receding apparently in several Syrian areas.. Undoubtedly, the collaborative effort had a significant role in combating terrorism; and we hope that such efforts and joint cooperation continues in Syria and other conflict areas. We also laud the efforts achieved by the Special Envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura in helping the Syrian parties develop the constitutional foundation, and build on what has been accomplished in Geneva, Astana and Sochi to stop the war and reach a national reconciliation that ends the conflict.”

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Statement of OMAN at UNGA73