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Norway, Ireland, and Spain have officially decided to recognize the state of Palestine.

Norway, Ireland, and Spain have officially decided to recognize the state of Palestine.

22.05.2024 16:13

The number of casualties in the Gaza Strip, where Israel has been launching intense attacks since October 7th, has exceeded 35,000. As the massacres continue in front of the world's eyes, Norway, Ireland, and Spain have officially decided to recognize the state of Palestine.

Voices from many parts of the world are rising against Israel's ongoing attacks on Gaza. In addition to the organized protests, countries in the international arena are also deciding to recognize Palestine. Most recently, Norway, Ireland, and Spain announced that they will officially recognize the Palestinian state.



NORWAY'S MESSAGE OF "TWO-STATE SOLUTION"



Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere announced that they will recognize Palestine. Prime Minister Stoere said, "We must continue to keep the only solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict alive. That is a two-state solution, side by side, in peace and security." Stoere added that another factor in their decision to recognize Palestine is to support moderate forces that have lost ground during the brutal war.



IRELAND'S ANNOUNCEMENT IS EXPECTED



Ireland, Spain, Malta, and Slovenia had jointly announced that they are ready to recognize the Palestinian state when the "right conditions" are met. It is expected that Irish Prime Minister Simon Harris will announce today that they recognize Palestine.



Irish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Micheal Martin had previously stated in his announcement that he is confident that his country will recognize the Palestinian state by the end of May, but did not give a specific date.



SPAIN WILL ANNOUNCE ITS DECISION ON MAY 28



Speaking to members of the Spanish Parliament, Sanchez said that Spain will recognize the State of Palestine on May 28. Sanchez's speech was met with applause in the parliament. He summarized the situation as "peace, justice, and consistency." He emphasized the need for respect for the two-state solution and mutual security guarantees. He stated, "Both sides must negotiate for peace. That is why we recognize Palestine."



ISRAEL RECALLS ITS AMBASSADORS



Israel has decided to recall its ambassadors from Ireland and Norway, which announced that they will recognize the Palestinian state. In a written statement from the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it was stated that Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz has called back the Israeli ambassadors in Dublin and Oslo for "immediate" consultations. It was stated that the ambassadors were recalled due to the announcement of Ireland and Norway's recognition of the Palestinian state.



ISRAEL'S WARNING TO SPAIN



Foreign Minister Katz stated that if Spain also decides to recognize the Palestinian state, Israel will recall its ambassador in Madrid as well. Following Ireland, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced today that they will recognize Palestine in accordance with international law and relevant decisions of the United Nations Security Council.



8 EU MEMBERS RECOGNIZE PALESTINE



Currently, 8 European Union members recognize the Palestinian state, including Bulgaria, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, the Republic of Cyprus, and Sweden.



SUPPORT FROM TURKEY FOR THE DECISION



In a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it was expressed, "We are pleased with Spain, Ireland, and Norway's announcements to recognize the State of Palestine."



 
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