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Malki meets with Indonesian Foreign Minister
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Malki meets with Indonesian Foreign Minister

Minister of Foreign Affairs and expatriates Dr. Riad Malki met with the Indonesian Foreign minister, Ms. Retno Marsudi, on the margins of the 40th session of the Human Rights Council, and at the high-level meeting of the Council currently held in Geneva. Having briefed it on the situation in the Occupied Palestinian territory and on the systematic and widespread Israeli violations against our people, he noted the importance of the Human Rights Council as the most important forum for the protection of human rights and the rights of the Palestinian people, as well as through voting in favor of Palestinian resolutions


Malki Discussed the meeting in Dublin on the peace process and on the vision of peace, and spoke about the actions and attempts of some countries to relocate their embassies to Jerusalem and the need for joint action with all countries, especially the Muslim and friendly countries of the Palestinian people. Malki also referred to his upcoming visit to Abu Dhabi to attend the ministerial meeting of the Organization of Islamic cooperation, where he will inform them of the latest attacks and violations, especially in the attempts of Israel, the occupying Power, the spatial and temporal division of the mosque to the Aqsa and use the case of Bab Mercy, where they try to transform the area into a Jewish place of worship, according to Israeli schemes, of course, supported by the current United States of America, which works against peace. He also spoke of the Palestinian rejection of the Warsaw Conference, especially since the conference was trying to divert attention from the real cause of the problems in the region, namely Israel, which violated all the rights of the Palestinian people and that without peace and the embodiment of the state of Palestine, it would not be stable in the Middle East region.


The Indonesian Foreign minister also reiterated her country's support for the inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people. She said she is ready to work with OIC countries individually or collectively to protect the rights of the Palestinian people and confront all attempts to undermine these rights.


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