Palestinian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Mr Hashem Dajani says his country will resume debate about Israelâ€™s failure to recognise Palestine as an independent state in a peaceful way at the United Nations General Assembly in September this year.
Ambassador Hashem Dajani, who was addressing senior officers from the military and security services attending a Joint Staff Course number 24, at the Zimbabwe Staff College made a presentation on Palestineâ€™s foreign policy and how they are planning to take Israel to the UN in September for failing to recognise the rights of the Palestinians in a peaceful manner.
â€œThe people of Palestine have been waiting for a long time for their country to be recognised as an independent state and for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahuâ€™s government to stop interfering in their affairs. We really want to take this issue to the UN General Assembly again this September.
Ambassador Dajani also spoke of his countryâ€™s excellent relations with Zimbabwe, adding that there should be sustained efforts to further cooperation between the two countries.
Palestineâ€™s struggle for independence has been shot down at the UN General Assembly on a number of occasions but African countries are in support of the justified Palestinian struggle.