Norway FM says one-state solution in Palestine may resolve Israel occupation, apartheid

Norway’s Foreign Minister has suggested that the establishment of a one-state solution in Palestine, which would incorporate “equal rights for all”, may resolve Israel’s ongoing occupation in Palestine and its apartheid system, amid a continuing decline in the hope for the two-state solution. During a meeting in New York last week of the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee (AHLC), a UN body tasked with delivering aid to Palestinians, Norwegian Foreign Minister, Anniken Huitfeldt, expressed that while Norway continues to believe that the long-lauded two-state solution remains “the best way to secure peace and security for both people [Palestinians and Israelis]” time is about “to run out” in regards to the reality of such a concept. The current status quo, she said, in […] Source

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