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NEW YORK: The UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Thursday once again called on Israel and Palestine to immediately end fighting and return to negotiations.

“The fighting must stop immediately. I appeal to all parties to cease hostilities, now. I reiterate my call on all sides for an immediate ceasefire,” said UN chief while addressing a special session of UNGA on the Palestine issue.

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The UN chief in his speech continued to stress the importance of negotiations and paving a way for a two-state solution

While addressing the session special, the UNGA President Bozkir condemned Israeli airstrikes on Palestinians and religious sites.

“Raid on Al Aqsa Mosque shocking. Israel’s attacks inhumane,” he said.

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Abdul Gh Lone