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AUC Chairperson Welcomes UN Security Council 2735(2024) Resolution on Gaza

AUC Chairperson Welcomes UN Security Council 2735(2024) Resolution on Gaza

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June 11, 2024

The Chairperson of the AU Commission, H.E. Moussa Faki Mahamat, welcomes the adoption of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2735 (2024), which endorsed a three- phase ceasefire plan aimed at ending the eight-month war in Gaza.

The Chairperson affirms that this resolution, which is the fourth since the start of the conflict, renews hope for diplomacy and political settlement as well as a halt to the dire humanitarian consequences in Gaza. The Chairperson calls on both Israel and Hamas to unconditionally adhere to this resolution for an immediate and permanent ceasefire and fully implement its terms, without any delay.

Furthermore, the Chairperson notes that an immediate and lasting cessation of hostilities will end the suffering of the Palestinian people, enable the release of Israeli hostages and Palestinian prisoners, and other nationals held hostage. A permanent ceasefire will also prompt the post-conflict reconstruction of Gaza.

The Chairperson reaffirms the full solidarity and unwavering support of the African Union to a two-State solution, with Israeli and Palestinian people living side by side in peace, within secure and recognized borders, consistent with international law and relevant AU and UN resolutions.

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