Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas (Mahmoud Abbas) addressed the UN General Assembly on Thursday. At the beginning of his remarks, he said: "Anyone who thinks that he will establish peace in the Middle East without the Palestinian people gaining all their legitimate national rights is mistaken."
A year ago, in his UN speech, Abbas defined former Prime Minister Lapid's support for the two-state solution as a positive step, but noted that "the real test of the seriousness of this position is that Israel will immediately come to the negotiating table in order to implement the two-state solution on the basis of UN resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative, alongside the cessation of all unilateral steps that destroy this solution." As he put it.
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