PA's Malki: I believe we'll get enough support in UNSC

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September 21, 2011 10:47

 
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Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki said that the PA has the support of seven countries in the United Nations Security Council and that he believes the PA will succeed in securing the nine votes necessary for attaining full membership in the international body.

Malki added that he was "amazed" at the efforts being made by the United States in persuading other states to oppose the Palestinian statehood bid, Al Jazeera reported.

The US, he said, has "used different forms of pressure, threats."

"I hope that the United States will change its position and follow the majority of countries which want to support the Palestinian right to self-determination and an independent state,"he added.

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