Tunisia supports Palestine on its International Day of Solidarity
On the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, Tunisia reiterates its stance supporting Palestinians in their struggle against the Israeli occupation.
On the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, corresponding to November 29 of each year, Tunisia reaffirmed on Tuesday its firm position in support of the Palestinian people in their legitimate struggle to end the occupation and embody their independent and sovereign state on their lands.
In a statement, the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs asserted that peace can only prevail by restoring the Palestinian right, which can never be sidelined by the statute of limitations.
"The time has come for the Palestinian brothers to regain their full rights to self-determination, independence, and dignity," the Ministry added.
In this context, it called for "doubling and accelerating efforts to create a horizon for peace in the Middle East on the basis of international legitimacy resolutions and the Arab peace initiative."
The 29th of November marks the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People which the UN celebrates every year.
It also coincides with the day the UN General Assembly adopted Partition Resolution No. (181) which called for the partition of Palestinian lands to accommodate the occupation's expansionist goals, forcefully separating the land into "Arab and Jewish states".
The Committees considered that the partition plan "laid the foundations for the largest mass expulsion and displacement of the Palestinian people in history."
The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people is considered an opportunity to draw attention to the Palestinian cause that remains unresolved and the fact that Palestinians have not obtained their inalienable rights, despite numerous international resolutions.