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MOSCOW, March 21 (Itar-Tass) — The League of Arab States should pay more attention to Palestine’s problem, Palestinian ambassador to Moscow Fayed Mustafa told reporters on Wednesday.
“If the League of Arab States demonstrates similar determination in relation to Palestine as it does in relation to Libya and Syria, Palestine’s problem would be resolved,” he said.
“We respect our Arab friends and coordinate our efforts with them,” he said. “Of course, they act on Palestine not to the full extent as we would like it to be, and not with sufficient courage.”
“Probably, the situation would be much better if the negative consequences of the Arab spring were not felt,” Mustafa said.
The ambassador expressed the hope that “the League of Arab States will pay more attention to the crucial problem of the Palestinian people.”
He underlined that the fact that this problem remains unresolved is the main reason for instability in the region.
Along with this Mustafa expressed concern that “the Palestinian issue would not be resolved even if the democratic reforms in the Middle East take place.”