Oman Welcomes ICJ’s Resolutions on Israeli Violation of Humanitarian Obligations

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Muscat: The Sultanate of Oman has welcomed the resolutions of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague issued today regarding the lawsuit filed by the Republic of South Africa against the Israeli occupying state regarding Israel’s clear, deliberate and large-scale violation of its legal and humanitarian obligations to Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (CPPCG).

In a statement issued by the Foreign Ministry, Oman stressed the importance of adherence to these resolutions and the need to immediately stop all forms of Israeli aggression against Gaza Strip and the rest of the occupied Palestinian territories. It also underscored the need to lift the siege imposed on Gaza in a way that guarantees safe entry for all types of humanitarian needs.

In the statement, Oman called on the international community to oblige Israel – the occupying state – to halt the military operations and acts of genocide against the Palestinian people. Oman also expressed its deep appreciation to the Republic of South Africa for its honourable stance in standing with human rights and justice and its adoption of filing this lawsuit before the court.  – ONA

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