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Saudi Cabinet reiterates need to stop Israeli aggression on Gaza

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Saudi Cabinet reiterates need to stop Israeli aggression on Gaza

RIYADH (RAHNUMA): Saudi Arabia’s Cabinet on Tuesday reiterated the necessity of stopping Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip and ending the suffering of the Palestinian people, the Saudi Press Agency said.

In a weekly Cabinet meeting chaired by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the ministers stressed Palestinians’ rights to live in safety and self-determination through a reliable and irreversible path to establishing their state within the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital.

Separately, the council renewed its call on all Sudanese parties to adhere to the outcomes of the Jeddah talks aimed at halting hostilities and resolving the crisis through political dialogue in order to achieve stability and prosperity in the African country.

Locally, the Cabinet expressed aspiration that the outcomes of the 1st International Conference on Sand and Dust Storms held in Riyadh will contribute to supporting international efforts in this field.

The conference highlights the Kingdom’s pioneering role in addressing the challenges of climate change and protecting the environment through its local and regional initiatives, including  the Saudi and Middle East Green Initiatives, the Cabinet added.

The ministers said $13.4 billion investments and agreements signed during LEAP 24, the world’s most attended tech event, which was held in Riyadh last week, will open new horizons for this vital sector.

The Cabinet commended the continuous growth of the Saudi non-profit sector and the number of volunteers, in light of the government support to enhance the sector’s contribution to economic and social development.

The council congratulated King Salman on the advent of the holy month of Ramadan, which began on Monday, and praised his address to the public in Saudi Arabia and to Muslims around the globe.

The Crown Prince thanked Allah for bestowing the Kingdom with the honor of serving the Two Holy Mosques and their visitors, and prayed that the holy month bring security and stability to the Islamic nation and the world.

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