Anwar congratulates Ireland, Norway and Spain for recognising Palestinian rights


PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has congratulated Ireland, Norway and Spain for their intention to recognise Palestine as a state, which he described as "being on the right side of history".

The Prime Minister said the three countries have chosen the path of humanity and justice which is a testament that they acknowledge the Palestinian people's right to the principles of sovereignty, dignity and self-determination.

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"This milestone moves us closer to achieving a just peace in the Middle East. For all other governments who have not done so, know this: the world is waking up to the Palestinian cause and their pursuit of justice will not be denied.

"Join us in righting the course of history," said Anwar on X, formerly Twitter, on Friday (May 24).

On Thursday (May 23), several international media reported that the three countries have announced they will formally recognise a Palestinian state, from May 28.

An Al Jazeera report noted that globally, 143 of the 193 United Nations member states recognise a Palestinian state.

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