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Turkey: Palestine must be admitted into UN as a respected country

Sunday December 05, 2010 08:46:31 AM, Agencies

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"The Arab-Israeli problem must be resolved, and Palestine must be admitted into the United Nations as a respected country," Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said while addressing the International Institute for Strategic Studies Regional Security Summit in Manama.

 

Speaking at the first plenary session of the day, Ahmet Davutoglu said unless all parties paid attention to the security of a child in Gaza as much as they did to a child's security in Tel Aviv, there would not be peace in the region.

 

"We do not need a road map in the region. We want to see the end of the road," he said.
 

"It is high time that the peace processes between Israel-Palestine, Israel-Syria and Israel-Lebanon is completed. We need a comprehensive approach to security in the Middle East by considering economic, cultural and diplomatic dimensions of security", he added.

Pointing out to the importance of political dialogue and face-to-face talks, Davutoglu said that there was insufficient dialogue among the leaders of the region and that many leaders did not see each other for very long periods of time.

 

He said mutual economic interdependence is crucial for security and that countries with strong economic ties resolve problems more easily. He also cautioned against a Middle East arms race.
 

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu's assertions were followed by Jordan's King Abdallah's address who warned if solution to the Palestine crisis is not found the region would continue its slide into darkness.

"The region will not enjoy security and stability unless we solve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and Arabs, Muslims and Israelis find peace", he said.

 

The Jordanian King also emphasized that this opportunity cannot last forever. "Geographic and demographic changes are threatening the essence of the initiative -- a two state solution, which will guarantee the Palestinians the freedom and statehood they have long been denied and will ensure for Israel the security it seeks."
 

 

 

 

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