PNC Demands Ending Occupation

PNC Demands Ending Occupation

The Palestine National Council (PNC) demanded States and institutions of the world, primarily the UN, to implement the resolutions of the international legitimacy relating to the Palestinian people who are still suffering under the yoke of the longest occupation.

The PNC called for taking the necessary measures to put an end to terrorism, aggression and crimes perpetrated against them, and to enable them to establish their independent state on all their national soil with Al Quds as its capital.

In a statement issued on the occasion of the World Day for Solidarity with the Palestinian people, announced by the United Nations in 1977 to coincide with the date of the decision to partition Palestine on 29/11/1947, the PNC affirmed that the World must move to action in its expression of solidarity with the Palestinian people who are still suffering under occupation and its racist policies, after 73 years of the adoption of the partition resolution.

The PNC expressed high appreciation of the solidarity movements and campaigns as well as the world boycott against the Israeli occupation. It called on the states which have not yet recognized the State of Palestine to do so.

28 November 2019