Armenia recognized the state of Palestine

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Armenia recognized the state of Palestine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of that country informed.

"The catastrophic humanitarian situation in Gaza and the ongoing military conflict is one of the primary issues on the international political agenda that requires a solution. The Republic of Armenia categorically rejects the targeting of civilian infrastructure, violence against the civilian population, and the taking of hostages and captured civilians during armed conflict and joins the demands of the international community for their unconditional release," said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia.

"The Republic of Armenia joined the UN General Assembly resolutions calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. In addition, the Republic of Armenia is sincerely interested in establishing peace and stability in the Middle East, in establishing permanent reconciliation between the Jewish and Palestinian people. At various international platforms, we have always advocated a peaceful and comprehensive settlement of the Palestinian issue and support the "two-state" principle of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We are convinced that this is the only way to ensure that Palestinians and Israelis can realize their legitimate aspirations."

"Based on the above and confirming its commitment to international law and the principles of equality, sovereignty and peaceful coexistence of peoples, the Republic of Armenia recognizes the State of Palestine," said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia.

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