The State of Qatar has reaffirmed that there is no alternative to a peaceful settlement of the Palestinian issue, agreed upon through negotiations between the two parties, except on the basis of agreed terms of reference and decisions of international legitimacy, the principle of land for peace, the road map and the Arab peace initiative, and the achievement of the two-state solution, which guarantees the establishment An independent and viable state of Palestine based on the borders of June 4, 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital, ending the Israeli occupation of the occupied Arab lands, including the Syrian Golan, ensuring the rights of all the Palestinian people, and a just solution to the refugee problem.

According to (palestine news), this came in the statement of the State of Qatar, which was made by Ambassador Alia Ahmed bin Saif Al Thani, the permanent representative of the State of Qatar to the United Nations, before the United Nations General Assembly at its 75th session to discuss the item "the Palestinian issue." .

She emphasized that the State of Qatar supports all sincere efforts aimed at resolving the Palestinian issue and achieving peace in the Middle East, and reiterated that the State of Qatar supports all the decisions taken annually by the General Assembly on the issue of Palestine and the Middle East, as they are based on the principles of international law and the purposes enshrined in the Charter of Nations. The United Nations and international norms and the need to respect human rights and maintain international peace and security.

She also reiterated the State of Qatar's affirmation of continuing to provide political and humanitarian support for the benefit of the Palestinian brothers, and made clear that the State of Qatar's support exceeded one billion dollars through the Qatar Fund for Development and the Gaza Reconstruction Committee, in addition to the contributions made by civil society institutions, where aid was provided in areas including education. Electricity supply, infrastructure strengthening, housing maintenance and construction, and employment financing.

She indicated that the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, directed this year to provide $ 150 million to cover humanitarian needs .