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Mahmoud Abbas discusses with the Iraqi and Pakistani Prime Minister the latest developments in Palestine

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas discussed, in two phone calls, with the Prime Minister of Iraq, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, the latest developments and events in Jerusalem, Gaza and the West Bank.

Abbas stressed - according to the Palestine News Agency (Wafa) today, Thursday - the need to "stop the continuous Israeli aggression against our Palestinian people in Gaza and everywhere, and put an end to the attacks of settlers and the occupation forces against our people and our Islamic and Christian sanctities, especially in the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and to prevent seizure." On the lands and homes of the Palestinians in Sheikh Jarrah. "

Abbas thanked the Prime Ministers of Iraq and Al-Kazemi and of Pakistan for their honorable stances in support of the Palestinian cause and the Palestinian people.

In turn, the Prime Minister of Iraq affirmed that his country is making efforts with all parties to stop the Israeli escalation, and that Iraq will always stand by the Palestinian people to obtain their rights, and its permanent readiness to provide all possible support to achieve this goal.

For his part, the Pakistani Prime Minister affirmed that his country is making efforts and conducting regional and international contacts with the United Nations in order to stop the Israeli attacks on the Palestinian people, and that Pakistan will always stand by the Palestinian people to obtain their rights in their independent state with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.