The Kingdom of Morocco, led by King Mohammed VI, is dedicated to mediate and end the Gaza war which has led to death of over 10,000 people.
According to the Kingdom of Morocco’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Nasser Bourita, who spoke on Saturday in Cairo, they highlight the importance of attaining stability, prosperity, and progress for all people in the Gaza Strip.
Bourita reiterated the Kingdom’s preparedness to engage in international mobilization to resolve the unfortunate and dangerous situation in Gaza in conjunction with all partners.
“The Kingdom of Morocco wishes for this summit to convey five key messages to the international community, guided by His Majesty the King, President of the Al Quds Committee.”
Bourita went on to say that the second message emphasizes the urgent need to protect civilians rather than target them, in compliance with international law, international humanitarian law, and common human values.
The third message addresses the duty to support the timely and easy delivery of sufficient humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip’s residents.
According to him, the fourth message is to oppose all solutions and proposals aiming at displacing or deporting Palestinians from their land and compromising the security of surrounding countries.
The fifth message, the minister added, is about the importance of starting a serious peace process that would lead to a two-state solution with a Palestinian state inside the boundaries of June 4, 1967.
Having East Al-Quds as its capital, coexisting with the State of Israel.
The Peace Summit began on Saturday morning in the New Administrative Capital outside Cairo, with Bourita representing King Mohammed VI.
The meeting brought together 30 countries, the UN, and three regional organizations in an effort to de-escalate the situation in Gaza, protect civilians, open security corridors, and allow humanitarian aid to enter.
The Conflict has led to death of over 10,000 people from both Israel and Palestinians with over 15,000 Palestinians, left homesless and in dire need of food,shelter and other basic needs.
Source : KBC