UN: Palestinian GA resolution to upgrade status due in Nov.

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October 4, 2012 15:00

 
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In November the Palestinians are likely to present to the United Nations General Assembly a resolution on their statehood status, the GA’s new president Vuk Jeremic told reporters in New York late Wednesday afternoon.

“I think that come the middle of November there will be an international debate on the Palestinian issue,” Jeremic said.

“My understanding is that the PA leadership is going to engage in extensive discussions and consultations on this matter, coming to a conclusion about what they want to do sometime in November,” he said.

He added that as a result of conversations he has had during the opening session of the 67th GA in New York on this issue, “I am blocking out November. I am not going to go for vacation in November.”

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