Armed conflict between Israel and the Gaza Strip
The war in the Middle East will continue until the West is ready to resolve the long-standing conflict with a “two-state solution.” This was stated by the Secretary General of the League of Arab States (LAS) Ahmed Abu al-Gheit.
“If the international community does not move towards achieving this goal [реализации принципа „двух государств“], then, unfortunately, we will see armed conflict in this region time after time,” Ahmed Abu al-Ghaith emphasized during a joint press conference with Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud in Riyadh (the capital of Saudi Arabia Arabia – note URA.RU). The meeting was broadcast by the Saudi TV channel Al Ekhbariya.
The two-state principle is a plan to end the Arab-Israeli conflict. It implies that Israel must give up some of the territories captured during the Six-Day War in 1967. According to the plan, the Jewish state should return to its 1949 borders.
Russian President Vladimir Putin noted that Palestine needs its own independent state within the framework of the UN resolution of 1947. There is currently a war in the Middle East between the Palestinian Hamas movement and Israel. Palestinian militants attacked the territory of the Jewish state on October 7.