AFP: PLO to push on with efforts to join 60 international bodies

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April 28, 2014 00:24

 
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The PLO's central council decided Sunday to continue with efforts to join 60 United Nations bodies and international agreements, AFP reported, citing a statement from the governing body of the Palestine Liberation Organization.

The Palestine People's Party secretary general Bassam al-Salhi's reportedly said in a statement, that the council: "affirms the need for the Palestinian leadership to continue membership of UN agencies and international conventions, under the Palestinian plan that was adopted."

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