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FM calls for an end to Gaza massacres and violations

Kuwait’s Foreign Minister Abdullah Al-Yahya has underlined the necessity of putting an end to the occupation’s massacres and violations in Palestine and welcomed the Security Council’s approval of a ceasefire resolution stipulating the withdrawal of occupation forces, allowing for repatriation of Palestinians, and guaranteeing the flow of aid.

Al-Yahya made these remarks at the 19th Asia Cooperation Dialogue ministerial council in Iran, affirming Kuwait’s intent on boosting joint work and cooperation between member states, especially as Kuwait hosted the first ACD meeting and is home to its headquarters. The Foreign Minister commended all efforts supporting the Palestinian cause, arriving at just permanent peace, and achieving the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people. Concluding his statement, Minister Al-Yahya called on member states to actively strengthen partnership and cooperation and turn this dialogue into a regional organization.

Iran’s acting president, Mohammad Mokhber, called on Asian countries on Monday to create a coherent network of cooperation to secure the stability of Iran and enhance the international economy. This came during his speech, which was read out by Acting Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri Kani in the 19th ministerial meeting of the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD), held in Tehran.

Mokhber expressed the hope that this meeting could help enhance solidarity among the Asian nations in line with observing Asian values, creating a coherent network of constructive cooperation, and strengthening friendly ties on this continent. Asia could be an impetus in the formation of an international convergence, he pointed out. The Iranian official slammed the atrocities committed by the Zionist regime in the genocidal war in the Gaza Strip.

Mokhber condemned the international community’s indifference in dealing with the Zionist crimes in the enclave over the past eight months. “We consider Palestine an integral part of the Islamic world and stand with all our might to support Palestinians,” he underscored. Kuwaiti Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdullah Al-Yahya is participating in the 19th ministerial meeting of the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) with another 30 delegations from different countries. The Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) was inaugurated in June 2002 in Cha-Am, Thailand, where 18 Asian Foreign Ministers met together for the first time. The ACD is a continent-wide forum, the first of its kind in Asia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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