In their final statement, the ministers reiterated NAM’s stance to call on Tel Aviv to withdraw its forces to lines that existed before June 4, 1967, by virtue of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338.
They considered that all measures taken by Israeli occupation authorities to change the legal, administrative, and demographic status of the Golan Heights are null and have no legal effect, as international Resolution 497 stipulates.
The ministers also expressed their countries’ support for the Palestinian cause and the Palestinian people’s right to establish an independent State with Jerusalem as its capital. They also condemned the Israeli escalation and its deadly attacks on Palestinians, the latter in Jenin and its refugee camp.
The press release strongly condemned the imposition of illegal unilateral coercive measures against the NAM member States, and called for their full, immediate, and unconditional lifting.
The NAM foreign ministers emphasized respect for the sovereignty, unity, territorial integrity, and political independence of all States, and condemned any acts of aggression, external interference in the internal affairs of the States, hegemonic ambitions, neocolonialism, and racial discrimination.