metronews – Executive Committee
The Executive Committee of the PLO is scheduled to hold a consultative meeting for it tomorrow, Sunday, in Ramallah to discuss many files and issues, the most prominent of which is the Palestinian move at the local and international levels to confront the deal of the century.
Salih Raafat, a member of the Executive Committee of the PLO, said in an interview with official radio that the committee will hold a consultative meeting for it tomorrow, to follow up the Palestinian movement in the various provinces of the country, as well as follow the international movement in international institutions, in order to confront and confront the American-Israeli century deal.
Raafat pointed out that the next steps will be discussed in the consultative meeting regarding what was announced at the United Nations and the Human Rights Council about companies operating in settlements in the West Bank and the occupied Golan, whether Israeli, European or American companies.
He added: “Messages will be sent to all foreign countries that have companies operating in the settlements in order to withdraw and hold them accountable in accordance with the Human Rights Council decision, as these companies violated international laws.
And Raafat said that there is an international movement from Russia, Europe and People’s China to confront the deal of the century, and strive to hold a real international conference for peace in which many countries participate in addition to the international quartet.
Regarding the continuous Israeli campaigns targeting President Abbas and the Palestinian leadership, Raafat said that these campaigns are not new by the Israelis, and these campaigns will not bear fruit and will not frighten President Abbas and the Palestinian leadership.
The Palestinian leader affirmed that President Abbas and the leadership continue to move internationally to confront the century deal, hold Israel accountable, and settle the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in accordance with international legitimacy resolutions