ALBA Condemns in Geneva Israeli Aggressions on Palestinean People

Geneva, Sep 23 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our America (ALBA) condemned here today the violations against human rights committed by Israel on Palestine and the negative of Tel Aviv to comply with UN recommendations.

When speaking before the 24th ordinary session of the UN Council of Human Rights, the delegation of Ecuador, in representation of the ALBA member countries, defended the claim of the Palestinian people to build an independent state and reivindicated the need of a peaceful solution to the conflict in the Middle East.

The declaration condemns the settlements in occupied territorios, the crimes against the civil population, as well as the extrajudicial murders.

On his part, Cuban representative Juan Antonio Quintanilla denounced that Israel continues to violate international humanitarian law that could end in its physical elimination.

In his statement before the Council, Quintanilla warned also about the denial of Israel to cooperate with the Universal Periodic Review, which adds to its long and persistent history of non-compliance with its most elementary international duties.

A similar warning was made by the representative of Venezuela, when condemning the total disregard of Tel Aviv to recommendations of the UN Council of Human Rights.

Venezuela claimed the need for Israel to put an end to the occupation of Palestinian territories, as well as those of the Syrian Golan and return to the frontiers of 1967.


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