King Hamad continued by saying that backing the initiative is the country’s “declared and explicit position toward the Palestinian issue to reach a two-state solution that enhances world security and peace.”
The 2002 Arab Peace Initiative offered normalisation of relations by the Arab world with Israel in return for a full withdrawal by Israel from the territories occupied since 1967, arrival at a just solution to the Palestinian refugee
problem and the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
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