CARICOM Hoping for Resolution of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

This was disclosed after a recent meeting of Foreign Ministers of CARICOM, held in St. Kitts last week.

The meeting reiterated the Community’s long standing and unwavering solidarity with, and commitment to, the just and legitimate aspirations of the people of Palestine for the exercise of their right to self determination and to achieve a homeland of their own, independent, free, prosperous and at peace.

According to St. Kitts & Nevis’ Foreign Minister, Mr. Sam Condor, the Council further reiterated its support for a two state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with the people of Israel and Palestine living side by side in their free and independent countries in peace, prosperity and harmony and within secure and internationally recognized borders.

Both Guyana and Suriname have already recognized Palestine as an independent State and have urged reconciliation between Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) and Fatah.

The meeting in St. Kitts was held under the chairmanship of Mr. Condor.

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