Gurpreet Garry Walia
फ़िलिस्तीन पर सऊदी के क्राउन प्रिंस ने कह दी बड़ी बात 👇
सऊदी अरब के क्राउन प्रिंस मोहम्मद बिन सलमान ने 1967 सीमाओं के साथ एक फिलिस्तीनी राज्य की स्थापना की बात की है
मोहम्मद बिन सलमान ने joint summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) और Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN ) के सम्मेलन को संबोधित करते हुए यह बयान दिया
इस ब्यान के बाद अब देखते है दुनिया की तरफ़ से क्या रिएक्शन आता है और इज़राइल की आगे क्या कार्यवाही होगी !
#BREAKING: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reaffirms #SaudiArabia’s rejection of the policy of mass displacement of Palestinians in #Gaza and emphasizes the Kingdom’s strong stance against targeting civilians and underscores the importance of respecting international law.
Historic GCC-ASEAN summit concludes in Riyadh, paving the way for future collaborations
RIYADH — The leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) expressed gratitude to Saudi Arabia for hosting a landmark summit that concluded on Friday with a commitment to convene every two years. The historic gathering marked a turning point in regional collaboration, setting the stage for a strategic partnership between the two influential blocs.
As a testament to the significance of this momentous occasion, the leaders thanked Saudi Arabia for its gracious hospitality and visionary leadership. The decision to hold the GCC-ASEAN summit biennially reflects a commitment to sustained dialogue and strengthened ties between the two regions.
Looking ahead, anticipation is already building for the next summit scheduled to take place in Malaysia in 2025. The agreement to rotate the summit’s venue emphasizes the inclusivity and shared responsibility of both GCC and ASEAN member states in shaping the future of their strategic partnership.
The Riyadh Summit not only fostered diplomatic relations but also laid the groundwork for collaborative initiatives in various sectors, including economic development, trade, cultural exchange, and technological innovation.
A joint statement issued at the end of the summit reflects a commitment to shared values and principles outlined in the United Nations Charter. The leaders affirmed their dedication to fostering peace, security, and prosperity, emphasizing adherence to international law, good neighborliness, and peaceful dispute resolution.
Key areas of cooperation were highlighted, including the implementation of the ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific, maritime cooperation, connectivity, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and economic collaboration. The leaders recognized the importance of oceans and seas in driving regional growth, advocating for peace, stability, and maritime safety.
The summit focused on enhancing ties through multilateral and bilateral channels, addressing global challenges, ensuring sustainable supply chains, and promoting cooperation in various sectors, including green and renewable energy, tourism, and infrastructure. The announcement of the first GCC-ASEAN Economic and Investment Conference in Riyadh in 2024 underscores the commitment to boosting trade and investment.
A comprehensive framework of cooperation for 2024-2028 was unveiled, outlining joint efforts in political and security dialogue, trade and investment, people-to-people exchanges, education, culture, tourism, media, and sports.
The leaders expressed a united front against transnational crime, cybercrime, counterterrorism, and extremism, underscoring the need for enhanced trade and investment flows. They encouraged public-private sector engagement and business-to-business relations, aiming for sustainable infrastructure, renewables, agriculture, healthcare, tourism, logistics, and digitalization.
Additionally, the leaders emphasized cooperation in economic partnership priorities such as regional market integration, sustainability, digital transformation, and inclusivity, with a focus on supporting entrepreneurs and start-ups.
The joint commitment extended to promoting dialogue among civilizations, advancing mutual understanding, and fostering respect for diversity. The leaders recognized the importance of cultural exchanges, heritage preservation, and promoting tourism initiatives.
The summit concluded with expressions of support for Saudi Arabia’s bid to host Expo 2030 and the Kingdom’s Middle East Green Initiative.
GCC-ASEAN backs Saudi-led initiative to revive Middle East peace process
RIYADH — The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) released a unified statement after the joint summit held in Riyadh on Friday, expressing shared concerns over the escalating situation in the Middle East, particularly in Gaza.
The leaders participating in the summit engaged in discussions and reached consensus on key points in addressing the crisis.
The leaders expressed their support for the initiative led by Saudi Arabia, in collaboration with the European Union and the League of Arab States. This initiative, in cooperation with Egypt and Jordan, aims to revive the Middle East peace process and resolve the Israeli-Palestinian dispute in alignment with international law and all UN resolutions pertaining to the conflict.
The leaders strongly condemned all attacks against civilians and advocated for an immediate and lasting ceasefire. They emphasized the need for all parties involved to facilitate efficient access for humanitarian aid, relief supplies, and essential services. Additionally, the statement called for the restoration of critical infrastructure, including electricity and water supply, and urged unimpeded delivery of fuel, food, and medicine throughout Gaza.
A collective call was made on all parties to the conflict to prioritize the protection of civilians and to strictly adhere to international humanitarian law. The principles and provisions of the Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War of 12 August 1949 were underscored.
The leaders stressed the importance of the immediate and unconditional release of civilian hostages and detainees, with a particular focus on vulnerable groups such as women, children, the sick, and the elderly.
In a bid for a peaceful resolution of the conflict, the joint statement urged all concerned parties to work toward achieving the two-state solution based on the pre-1967 borders, in accordance with international law and relevant UN Security Council (UNSC) resolutions.
The joint statement issued by the GCC and ASEAN leaders reaffirmed their commitment to promoting peace, stability, and adherence to international norms in addressing the critical developments in Gaza.
Zakir Ali Tyagi
गाज़ा के इस बच्चे का नाम यूसुफ है जो कि मात्र 7 वर्ष का था, आज इज़राइली युद्धक विमानों ने इस बच्चे को भी मार दिया है, इज़राइल ने गाज़ा में यूसुफ के जैसे हज़ारों मासूम युसूफ़ की जान ले ली है, हमास को पैदा करने वाला इज़राइल हमास से टकराने की बजाय मासूमों को मार रहा है और दुनिया तालियां बजा रही है!
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A night-time Israeli raid and air attack in the occupied West Bank has killed 13 Palestinians, as Israeli forces continue a crackdown that has escalated since the war on besieged Gaza Strip began
☦️🇮🇱 Orthodox Christians in Gaza hold a procession for the 18 civilians, including 8 CHILDREN, who where MURDERED in Israel’s TERRORIST BOMBING of Gaza’s oldest CHRISTIAN Church. pic.twitter.com/Ak88NlDBTW
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