Turkish efforts to accelerate the OIC countries have contributed to an agreement to hold an emergency meeting, to discuss the intention of Israel's annexation of Palestinian land.
According to diplomatic sources, he told Anatolia, Saturday that Turkey's efforts and a series of contacts made by Minister of Foreign Affairs born Chaooh Ihsanoglu, contributed to the decision to convene an emergency summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation at the level of ministers.
According to a statement issued by the Palestinian Foreign Ministry, on Friday, the Palestinian government will request, within an official note, to hold the emergency ministerial meeting after the end of the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
On Friday, Palestine and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation announced that they agreed to hold an emergency meeting of the organization to discuss Israel's intention to annex Palestinian lands.
This came during a phone call that took place between the Palestinian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Riyad Al-Maliki, and the Secretary-General of the Organization, Yusef Al-Uthaymeen.
And at the end of last April, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed with the leader of the "Blue and White" party, Benny Gantz, that the process of annexing large parts of the West Bank would begin on the first of July, including the Jordan Valley and all Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
Palestinian estimates indicate that the annexation will reach more than 30 percent of the occupied West Bank.
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