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India’s suggestion in the UN, Israel and Palestine should hold direct talks with the aim of a two-nation solution

India At UN: India has said that it stands ready to support all efforts aimed at resuming direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians to achieve a two-state solution. India urged the parties concerned to engage in constructive efforts to create favorable conditions for the resumption of peace talks.

Ambassador TS Tirumurti, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations at the UN Security Council meeting on the Middle East, said India’s support for a peaceful resolution of the Israel-Palestine conflict is firm and well known.

Tirumurti on Tuesday said, “We believe that lasting and long-lasting peace between the people of Israel and Palestine can only be achieved through a two-state solution, including through recognized and mutually agreed-upon borders.” Within that, included the establishment of a sovereign, viable and independent State of Palestine. Who can live side by side with Israel in a peaceful and secure environment.

Tirumurti said, “unilateral action that unduly alters the status quo on the ground poses serious challenges and undermines the viability of a two-state solution.” These should be avoided in the interest of peace and stability. Instead, both sides should engage in constructive efforts to create conditions conducive to the resumption of peace talks.

With this, the representative of India, referring to the Madrid peace talks held between Israel and Palestine thirty years ago, stressed the need for direct bilateral talks between the two countries. Emphasizing on the principle of two-nation, he also appealed to them to come out of the current situation through dialogue.

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