Prime Minister Imran spoke to the Egyptian President on Palestinian issues

Prime Minister Imran spoke to the Egyptian President on Palestinian issues

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday had a telephone conversation with the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Honorable Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi.

The Prime Minister appreciated the important role of Egypt and its leadership in ending the hostilities in Palestine.

Condemning the Israeli aggression against innocent Palestinians, especially women and children, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the holy month of Ramadan, the Prime Minister stressed the importance of a speedy and just solution to the Palestinian problem. He described the current situation in Gaza as “open prison” for Palestinians.

In this regard, the Prime Minister called for the complete withdrawal of Israeli troops from the Occupied Palestinian Territories, including Jerusalem. Restoration of the Palestinian people’s right to self-determination and the right to return to Palestine and the restoration of the indispensable rights of the Palestinian people, including the establishment of an independent, viable and prosperous Palestinian state as part of the two-state solution ۔ , With Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.

The Prime Minister also emphasized the importance of solidarity in the Muslim Ummah, and the need to adopt a collective approach through the OIC platform, especially to protect the rights of persons in foreign occupation.

Outlining Pakistan’s recent efforts to raise the voice of the Palestinian people, he reaffirmed Pakistan’s continued support for a just solution to the Palestinian problem.

President Sisi invited Prime Minister Khan to visit Egypt, while the Prime Minister renewed his invitation to President Sisi to visit Pakistan.

The two countries agreed to continue with high-level exchanges to further strengthen bilateral political and economic ties.

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