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Belgium works to recognize Palestinian state
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Date : 03/12/2014                      Reader : 70

H.D.A : We appreciate highly Belgium recognition of Palestine State.We wish EU to define Palestine State as outlined by HRC of UN to be established on 4th June 1967 borders,East Jerusalem as Capital,return of 6 million refugees back to their homeland,and dismantle of all Zionist colonies in Palestinian lands!!



lasvegassun.   3-12-2014


Belgium works to recognize Palestinian state


BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgian legislators are working on a resolution to recognize a Palestinian state but the government says any timing to proceed will depend on European Union action.

Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders said he first will push for a new EU initiative to bring Israel and the Palestinian authorities back to the negotiating table to reinvigorate the peace process.

Belgian legislators are completing work on a text and it was still unclear when the resolution would be tabled, said an official from a leading coalition party, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the process was continuing.

On Tuesday, France's lower house already voted to urge the government to recognize a Palestinian state. On Oct. 30, Sweden became the first western European nation to recognize Palestinian statehood.

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