NEW YORK, Sunday, November 29, 2020 (Palestine News) – Commemorating the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said he stays resolved to determine end the Israeli occupation in accordance with significant UN goals. 

In a message denoting the event, the UN boss advised that possibilities for a suitable two-State arrangement are turning out to be "more inaccessible," encouraging Israeli and Palestinian pioneers to investigate each opening to "reestablish trust" for that arrangement. 

The UN boss said that he stays focused on supporting Palestinians and Israelis to determine the contention and end the occupation in accordance with applicable UN goals, global law and two-sided arrangements in quest for the vision of two States – Israel and an autonomous, vote based, touching and sovereign Palestine – living one next to the other in harmony and security, inside secure and perceived outskirts, based on the pre-1967 fringes, with Jerusalem as the capital of the two States. 

In the message, Guterres likewise expanded his sympathies on the passing, recently, of Saeb Erakat, Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Secretary-General and Chief Negotiator for Palestinians in the Middle East Peace Process. 

Meanwhile, the UN Secretary-General voiced worries over the monetary circumstance confronting the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), which gives direct and frequently life-sparing help to a great many Palestine displaced people. 

"I appeal to all Member States to desperately add to empower UNRWA to meet the basic philanthropic and improvement needs of Palestine outcasts during the pandemic," encouraged the Secretary-General. 

The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People is noticed every year on 29 November. Set up in 1977, it denotes the day in 1947 when the UN General Assembly received a goal apportioning Palestine into an Arab State and a Jewish State.