The Saudi Foreign Ministry announced that the kingdom will not establish diplomatic relations with Israel until the Palestinian state is recognized, Israeli aggression against Gaza ceases and its occupation is withdrawn.
The Saudi Foreign Ministry said in a statement – that the Kingdom has conveyed to the US administration its firm position that “unless an independent Palestinian state is recognized on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, Israel There will be no diplomatic relations with. The Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip has been halted, and all members of the occupation forces have been withdrawn.” Israelis from the Gaza Strip.
In response to statements by US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby regarding the path to Arab-Israeli peace, the Saudi Foreign Ministry said, “The Kingdom's position regarding the Palestinian issue and the need for the brotherly Palestinian people to achieve their legitimate rights Is firm. ,
The Saudi Foreign Ministry called on the international community – especially the permanent members of the Security Council – to “accelerate the recognition of Palestinian statehood so that the Palestinian people can achieve their legitimate rights and achieve a comprehensive and just peace for all “
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken visited Saudi Arabia on Monday and discussed with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman efforts to urgently increase humanitarian aid and ensure it reaches those in need in Gaza.
Israeli occupation forces have been waging a devastating war on Gaza for 4 months, and the Palestinian Health Ministry in the Strip announced yesterday, Tuesday, that the death toll from the Israeli offensive has risen to 27,585 martyred and 66,978 injured.
Source , al Jazeera , Saudi News Agency (SPA)