Erekat: “Egypt Proposed A Joint Plan For Submitting Palestinian Demands To The UN”
Head of the Negotiations Department at the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), Dr. Saeb Erekat, stated that Egypt proposed that the Palestinians present a plan that represents their demands to the United Nations, and that this plan would also represent a unified Arab stance.
Speaking to Ma'an Radio, Dr. Erekat said that the current agreed upon plan is to seek a unified Arab stance demanding that Israel halt all of its settlement activities, including in occupied East Jerusalem and what Israel calls ‘natural growth of settlement”, before the peace process can be resumed.
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