Premier tells European parliamentarians Israel should be forced to stop its violations

RAMALLAH, Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah told visiting members of the European Parliament on Monday that Israel should be forced to stop its violations against the Palestinian people and of international law.

In a briefing to his guests, Hamdallah said Israel’s actions in the occupied territories, particularly at Khan al-Ahmar village east of Jerusalem, aim to end the two-state solution.

He said that the international community, particularly the European Union, should pressure Israel to stop its violations and show respect for international law and resolutions. He also urged international protection for the Palestinian people under Israeli occupation.

Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency

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