The Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union renews its support for Morocco’s sovereignty
The Arab Interparliamentary Union reiterated, Friday in Cairo, its support for Morocco’s sovereignty over all of its national territory.
In a report drafted by the Committee on Political Affairs and Parliamentary Relations, presented at the 32nd session of the Arab Interparliamentary Union, held in Egypt, the Union stressed the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Morocco, in accordance with the relevant resolutions on international legitimacy.
Likewise, the report affirms the rejection of any foreign aggression or interference, direct or indirect, in the internal affairs of any Arab country, in particular Iranian interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries, as well as its acts aimed at undermining the regional security and stability.
The document also called on the regime in Tehran to renounce and refrain from funding and supporting groups that fuel conflicts and disputes in the Arab region and to stop supporting, funding and arming sectarian militias and terrorist and separatist organizations.
“The economic, social and development challenges facing the Arab world are as important as the security and political challenges,” the Union stressed, noting that common Arab security is an expectation to which all Arab peoples aspire. The session also discussed the role of parliaments in achieving economic integration and activating the role of Arab women, the Arab commitment to the centrality of the Palestinian cause and the rejection of projects that undermine the rights of the people. Palestinian.
In this regard, the Union hailed the tireless efforts deployed by King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, to support the Palestinian cause and defend the city of Al-Quds.
She also praised the efforts made by the Rabat-based Bayt Mal Al Quds Asharif Agency, which is part of the Al Quds Committee, to preserve the city’s identity and support its inhabitants.
Furthermore, he reiterated his position on the illegality of colonization in all its forms, calling on the UN Security Council to fully assume its responsibilities in the implementation of its resolutions regarding the rejection and immediate cessation of any form of colonization in the Palestinian territories, including the city of Al Quds.
The Union also urged the United Nations and the Security Council to put pressure on the occupation administration to end its policy of “ethnic cleansing”, particularly in occupied Al-Quds, denouncing the continued home demolitions and seizures by Israeli authorities, the eviction of legitimate residents, and the confiscation of property from Islamic Awqaf, churches and citizens, as well as Islamic cemeteries, particularly in Jerusalem.