The United Nations General Assembly approved the resolution of Palestine's permanent membership
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New York: The resolution of Palestine’s permanent membership in the United Nations General Assembly was approved by a majority vote. The United Nations General Assembly voted for the resolution of Palestine’s permanent membership, in which 143 countries voted in favor, and 30 countries voted against. During the voting, 25 countries were absent from the House.

Earlier, the Palestinian ambassador said that a yes vote on the resolution is a vote in favor of the existence of the Palestinians; this vote is not against any state but against the efforts to deprive the Palestinians of their state. He said that your vote today will say a lot about your solidarity with the Palestinians and show who you are and what you stand for. We want to live in peace.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said that more than 35,000 Palestinians have been martyred in Gaza, 80,000 have been injured, and more than two million have been displaced. The Pakistani delegate expressed his views and said that since 1967, Palestinians have been forced to live under the cruel occupation of Israel. As a result of the United Nations vote in 1947, Palestine and Israel became two separate states; despite this, only Israel is a member of the United Nations.

He said that the Palestinian people have been deprived of their right to self-determination since 1947. The issue being raised in the General Assembly today is the first step towards the final solution to the conflict, and it is also an important step towards resolving the historical injustices against the Palestinian people. Is. He said that Pakistan fully dominates the resolution regarding the independent state of Palestine.

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