Fatah delegation in Armenia to boost UN bid for statehood

PanARMENIAN.Net - A Fatah delegation arrived in Armenia on Sunday, June 19, to strengthen support for the recognition a Palestinian state, Ma'an News Agency reported.

Nabil Shaath, coordinator for international relations, led members of Fatah's Central Committee in meetings with a number of Armenian officials and leaders of political parties. The visit is part of preparations to obtain international support for UN recognition of a Palestinian state in September. Bilateral issues were also discussed.

In addition to Armenia, Shaath will also visit Moldova, the Philippines, Mexico, and Colombia in order to boost a UN bid for statehood in September.

Spain has recently said it is in favor of a Palestinian bid at the UN, although the issue has divided European nations, with Germany opposed to recognition and France uncertain.

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