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Kuwait will not participate in Manama workshop

Updated : Tuesday, 25 June 2019, 11:58:02 AM
United States has called for as part of the peace plan it intends to put forward to resolve the
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KUWAITCITY(IAMINKUWAIT) : Kuwait has decided not to participate in the economic workshop that is being held in Manama today, which the United States has called for as part of the peace plan it intends to put forward to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, known as the "Century Deal".
While high-level diplomatic sources confirmed to Al-Rai that "the decision to boycott the workshop comes from the principled position of Kuwait in support of the Palestinian brothers who refused to participate in it," Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid reiterated Kuwait's adherence to the basic principles In its foreign policy to support the Palestinian cause ».
In an intervention during the parliament session yesterday, after Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim read out an urgent statement to the deputies calling on the government to boycott the workshop, Khalid said that the government listened carefully to the statement and affirms its commitment to support the Palestinian cause. "We accept what the Palestinians accept, They do not accept it. "
And refused to question the positions of the government, stressing that Kuwait above all considerations and we know how to implement the foreign policy of Kuwait.
In their statement, the deputies called on the government to "declare a firm and decisive position to boycott" the work of the "Manama workshop, which will be held with the participation of Zionism."
They added: "We reject all the outcome of the work of the meeting of the results that would contribute to the loss of historical Arab and Islamic rights in occupied Palestine."

Courtesy : alraimedia.com

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