Ismail Haneyya, the premier of the PA caretaker government, expressed his hope on Saturday, at the opening of the sixth conference for Palestinians in Europe, that the Palestinian people would not remain displaced in exile and refugee camps.
The conference kicked off under the slogan, "60 years, and the return is nearer" and was organized by the general secretariat of the Palestinians in Europe conference, the Palestinian return center, the Palestinian Forum in Denmark together with other Palestinian institutions in Denmark to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Nakba (usurpation of Palestine by Zionist gangs) and to reaffirm adherence to their right of return.
"We are following the activities and events you organize and there is no doubt that they have a great impact because you act in a region of great influence," Haneyya said through video conferencing, adding that the Nakba anniversary renews the memory of the great injustice inflicted on the Palestinian people.
The premier underlined that the motives of the Israeli siege is political and aimed at forcing the Palestinian people to make concessions especially on the right of return, vowing that his government would never relinquish the Palestinian rights and constants.
Before receiving a standing ovation from the attendees, the premier highlighted that the occupation will come to an end because it is oppression and the future is for the Palestinian people, adding that no one in the world, no matter how strong and powerful he is, can extract the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people.
Source: Palestine Info (English)
For more info on the conference: PRC, Counter Terrorism Blog, Family Security Matters, Palestine Info, YouTube commercial (English), Alawda (Arabic) h/t Jihad i Malmo (Swedish)
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