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Almost all G20 countries supported a two-state solution as “the only viable option” in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Almost all G20 countries supported a two-state solution as “the only viable option” in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Delegates attend the G20 Foreign Ministers Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)

The A two-state solution “The only possible one” Widely defended by countries of conflict between Israelis and Palestinians G20 Thursday's meeting in Rio de Janeiro, where the Gaza war took center stage.

“There was a virtual consensus in favor of a two-state solution as the only viable solution to the conflict between Israel and Palestine,” the Brazilian said at the two-day meeting of foreign ministers. Mauro VieiraWhose country is chairing the G20 this year?

Vieira “didn't speak directly about the consensus because not all interventions (from countries) have addressed the issue, but those who spoke supported it and there were many,” he told the agency. AFP Source Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

This consensus was also highlighted European union.

In the talks between the foreign ministers, “there is one common thread: unless the Palestinians have a clear political vision to build (their) own state, there will be no peace, no sustainable security for Israel,” the EU's diplomatic chief, Joseph Borrell, told reporters.

Norwegian Foreign Minister Espan Barth Ede urged the parties to forge a “credible path” towards a two-state solution that includes recognition of Palestine and the “genuine establishment of Palestinian institutions” and “normalization of inter-state relations”. Countries like Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries along with Israel.

“We will not reward terrorism with unilateral recognition and we will not accept imposed solutions in response to the October 7 massacre,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said (REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun/File Photo)

The call for the meeting in Rio comes a day after the Israeli parliament approved it by an overwhelming majority A resolution against any “unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state”.This would amount to rewarding the “unprecedented terror” of the Islamist movement Hamas, according to the text.

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“We will not reward terrorism with unilateral recognition and we will not accept imposed solutions in response to the October 7 massacre,” the Prime Minister said. Benjamin Netanyahu After approval of the text.

The poll took place a few days after the publication of the American newspaper The Washington Post will ensure that America And many Arab countries are working on a global peace plan with a timetable for establishing a Palestinian state once the current war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza ends.

In response to the October 7 attack by the Islamist movement Hamas, nearly four months after Israel launched an offensive in the Gaza Strip, support for the two countries' settlement center interventions in Rio. 1,160 people died. According to the agency balance sheet AFP Based on Israeli statistics.

Israeli offensive on the Strip slowed 29,410 people have diedAccording to the territory's Ministry of Health.

Also, a serious humanitarian crisis affects the Gazans: the UN. According to it, 2.2 million of the territory's nearly 2.4 million people are threatened by famine.

At the start of the G20, Brazil attacked the issue by putting it on the agenda The “unacceptable” inaction of multilateral organizations in the conflicts in Gaza and Ukraine.

Vieira said multilateral institutions are not adequately prepared to deal with the current challenges, with the Security Council's unacceptable deadlock over Ukraine and Gaza.

Brazil A “deep reform” of the Security Council; It has repeatedly failed to reach an agreement on the war in Gaza.

Israel's main ally, the United States, on Tuesday again vetoed a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

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Your Principal, Anthony Blinken, He met the Brazilian president on Wednesday ahead of the G20 summit in Brasilia Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, He took issue with accusations that Israel committed “genocide” in the Palestinian territories and drew comparisons to the Israeli military campaign in Gaza. The Holocaust.

“The secretary addressed the (Gaza) issue and clarified our disagreement with those comments,” a senior US State Department official said.

Lula's statements opened a diplomatic crisis with Israel, which declared him “persona non grata”. In response, Brazil summoned the Israeli ambassador and recalled its ambassador in Tel Aviv for consultation.

(With information from AFP)