The Arab Parliament rejected and condemned any plans or measures taken by Israeli occupying force to annex the Jordan Valley, the northern Dead Sea and settlements, as it contravenes with international law and United Nations resolutions.
In their conclusion statement, after a virtual session featuring Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, the Parliament called on the international community, especially the Security Council and the General Assembly of the United Nations, to live up to their responsibilities, take immediate and firm measures to prevent the implementation of the annexation plan by the Israeli occupying force.
The parliament also called on regional, international parliaments and the Inter-Parliamentary Union to reject the Israeli plan to annex the Palestinian territories in occupied West Bank, defend the two-state solution, and clarify implications of the annexation scheme on the chances of peace in the region and on international peace and security, Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported.
The Arab Parliament praised the joint action taken by to Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland and the European Union regarding the Israeli government, through which they warned against annexing any parts of the West Bank, calling on these countries to continue their international diplomatic contacts in this regard.
The parliament also called on the European Union to take urgent and proactive steps to stop the annexation plan and recognize the independent state of Palestine and its borders of June 4 1967, and its capital city of Jerusalem, by all EU countries that have not yet been recognised the Palestinian State.
At the same time, the Arab Parliament affirmed its support for the decision of the Palestinian leadership to cut all forms of the relationship with Israel and to break away from the agreements and obligations arising there from signed between the PLO, Israel and the United States.