Ministry of Foreign Affairs and expatriates: The Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and expatriates Ambassador Jado meets with Deputy Director General of the Middle East in the ministry of the Fre
Ambassador Jadu reviewed the ongoing Israeli violations of Palestinian citizens ' death, displacement, daily arrest and demolition of houses, and the persistence of Israel, the occupying Power, with its settlement policy of deepening settlement in the occupied Palestinian territory and signs of attacks Settlers against unarmed citizens, their property and their land in the Occupied Palestinian territory. Ambassador Jado addressed the escalation of Israel, the occupying Power, from its colonialist and colonial actions and measures in occupied East Jerusalem.
Ambassador Jado stressed that what is important to the deal of the century is aimed at undermining any opportunity for the establishment of a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders and East Jerusalem as its capital, stressing that any peace plan must conform to the principles and resolutions of international legality and international law, and that any plan, proposal or deal detract from the fact that East Jerusalem The capital of the state of Palestine is doomed to failure, and it will be rejected in whole and in detail. And references to the Palestinian diplomatic movement in the face of the deal of the century.
Jado referred to the financial crisis, from which Palestine is concerned by the Israeli occupation authorities ' piracy of the tax revenues of Palestine under various pretexts, and a violation of the Paris economic Protocol, warning of the seriousness of the deteriorating economic conditions in the Occupied Palestinian territory as a result of the policy Of Israel.
At the level of bilateral relations, Dr. Jadu valued the continued French support for the state of Palestine at all levels and its commitment to support the two-state solution, and stressed the importance of the continuation of the political consultation sessions between the Foreign ministers and the French side's invitation to hold them in France in the first quarter of the year 2019. In addition to the importance of France taking the initiative of recognition where many other countries will follow suit. Jado also praised the joint Palestinian-French Committee held last year and the follow-up to the agreements signed with the relevant ministries. She noted the importance of continuing to hold a high-level strategic dialogue between the two ministries on an annual basis.