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Tuesday, 17 May 2022 09:34 GMT

Dhaka Declaration Issued 2 Dhaka


(MENAFN- Saudi Press Agency)
In the aftermath of this US illegal move, it called upon all other states to refrain from supporting the US decision and adhere to relevant UN Security Council resolutions that ban such illegal moves of diplomatic missions to Al-Quds. It also reiterated the OIC Extraordinary summit's conclusions in this regard, which considered the relocation of diplomatic missions to Al-Quds as a violation of the historical, legal, natural and national rights of the Palestinian people and a deliberate undermining of all peace efforts.
The declaration called on all members of the international community to remain committed to the status of Al-Quds and all related UN Resolutions, in line with the relevant decisions of the Final Communique of the OIC Extraordinary Summit in Istanbul and Istanbul Declaration on "Freedom for Al-Quds. It also condemned the illegal policies and practices of Israel, the occupying power against the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories including East Jerusalem and called for the complete cessation of all Israeli violations of international law, including an immediate end to the blockade of the Gaza Strip, all colonial settlement activities, demolition of Palestinian homes, killing, injuring and detention of Palestinian civilians including children, the illegal annexation and Judaization of occupied East Jerusalem and all attempts to alter its demographic composition, character and history, and provocation and incitement at Al-Aqsa Mosque by Israeli occupying force and extremist settlers. It also called for the immediate release of all Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli prisons and detention centers.
Dhaka Declaration expressed deep concern over the recent systematic brutal acts perpetrated by security forces against the Rohingya Muslim Community in Myanmar that has reached the level of ethnic cleansing, which constitute a serious and blatant violation of international law, and which has affected over 370,000 Rohingya who have been forcibly displaced to Bangladesh and other countries across the region, in addition to the burning of their houses and places of worship. In this regard, the declaration commended the personal leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed of Bangladesh in addressing the plight of the most persecuted people in the world. It also asked for strong International support to resolve the crisis and for full implementation of the recommendations put forward by the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State (Annan Commission).
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