Foreign Ministry urges world to support PA financially

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 16, 2011 11:27

 
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Foreign Ministry representatives Thursday night encouraged the international community to continue to support the Palestinian Authority financially, Israel Radio reported.

As Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas intends to bring the question of Palestinian statehood before either the United Nations General Assembly or Security Council on September 20th, Israeli diplomats in New York for the upcoming UN sessions, say it is critical for the international community to make sure the Palestinian Authority does not collapse financially as they attempt to build a state, according to the report.

In particular Israel believes that development projects, private businesses and Palestinian security forces should receive monetary support in order to provide economic and security stability in the potential future state, the report said.

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