World United in Condemnation of Trump's Remarks on Occupied Syrian Golan

Capitals, (ST)- Trump's recent remarks on the occupied Syrian Golan drew more condemnation by different foreign and Arab countries, parties as well as political, cultural and social figures.

In Cairo, Speaker of the Egyptian Parliament Ali Abdul Al affirmed the parliament's complete rejection of the irresponsible remarks made by Trump on the Syrian Golan, urging the international community, public opinion and all peace-loving countries, people and organizations to immediately move as to face this flagrant US violation of international legitimacy and put an end to the American political bias towards Israel, stressing that this bias will bring more terrorism and instability to the region and the world.

 He renewed Egypt's firm stance on Golan as being an occupied Syrian territory in accordance with issued international legitimacy resolutions.

The Egyptian Conference party, on its part, described Trump's statements as "provocative".

"These statements are refused by the whole world which knows well that Golan is a Syrian land occupied by the Israeli entity,"  the party said in a statement, reiterating rejection to all decisions or statements that contradict international laws.

It called on the international community to constructively join efforts as to guarantee respecting international legitimacy resolutions and the UN Charter, which affirms the inadmissibility of seizing others' lands by force. It also called for urgent action as to put an end to the Israeli occupation to all the occupied Arab territories including the Syrian Golan in implementation of international legitimacy resolutions.

Cuba will continue supporting Syria's right to liberate occupied Golan

In Havana, the Cuban Foreign Ministry said that Trump's remarks will have dangerous impacts on the stability and security in the Middle East and will increase tension even more in an already volatile region.

The ministry urged the Security Council to fulfill its duty in keeping international peace and security, and to adopt the required decisions to stop such measures, which show a complete bias to the Israeli entity and serve its expansionist ambitions.

Cuba will continue supporting the Syrian Government’s right to restore the occupied Golan and it calls for full and unconditional withdrawal of “Israel” from the Syrian Golan and from all occupied Arab territories, the ministry said.

Velayati: Trump's Remarks on Syrian Golan to Bolster Resistance against "Israel", Supporters

US President Donald Trump has only made the resistance front more resolute against the Israeli entity and its supporters following his remarks in recognition of Israel's "sovereignty" over the occupied Golan, says, Ali Akbar Velayati,  the senior advisor to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.

Velayati made the remarks in a Sunday statement in response to Trump's announcement.

  He emphasized that the recognition of Israel's "sovereignty" over the Syrian Golan is aimed at making "Israel" feel secure and it will undoubtedly add to regional problems and make the resistance front more resolute in fighting the Zionist entity and its supporters.

In his statement, Velayati said, "The Golan is an inseparable part of Syria's sovereignty and territorial integrity."

According to Press TV, he added that the odd and undiplomatic move by the Trump administration violates international law as well as Syria's territorial integrity.

The Trump administration's move is aimed at deflecting attention from its domestic and international problems, giving political support to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in April legislative elections and providing Netanyahu with direct support in the face of his rivals, the senior Iranian official said.

Larijani: US President's statements on Golan violate international law

Speaker of the Iranian Shoura Council (Parliament) Ali Larijani condemned Trump's remarks saying they contradict humanitarian principles as well as international laws and resolutions and they threaten peace and security in the Middle East.

He urged the international community and parliamentary unions to adopt serious procedures as to prevent another disaster from taking place in the region.

Trump seeks new wave of tension in MidEast: Amir-Abdollahian

On Saturday, Special Assistant to the Speaker of the Iranian Parliament for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said US President Donald Trump is seeking a new wave of tension in the Middle East with his controversial remarks on the occupied Syrian Golan.

“Trump is seeking to create a new wave of tension in the region, and his behavior and comments over the sensitive territorial issues such as Golan can bring the region under new military conditions and pose new threats against the Zionist regime,” IRIB quoted Special Assistant to the Speaker of the Iranian Parliament for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian as saying on Saturday.

His remarks were in reaction to Donald Trump’s new Twitter announcement that it was time for “the United States to fully recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan,”. The move has never been recognized by the international community, and Trump’s announcement has created an unprecedented wave of criticism from many countries, including the US closest allies.

The European Front for Solidarity with Syria in Spain said that Trump's statements on the Syrian Golan are null and illegal and they constitute an open interference in the affairs of a sovereign state.

These irresponsible statements are an attempt by the US administration to support the policy of judaizing and annexing  the occupied Arab lands.

Different Yemeni, Lebanese, Iraqi and Palestinian parties also condemned trump's statements stressing that they (the remarks) go against the rights and interests of the Syrian people. They asserted that the Golan has been and will continue to be a Syrian Arab land and that the US aggressive stances threaten the region's security and constitute a blatant aggression on the Arab nation.      

On Saturday, Russia, Iran, China, Germany, Japan, France, Britain, Cuba and many Arab countries also condemned Trump's remarks describing them as irresponsible and provocative and as being a serious threat to world peace and stability.

Hamda Mustafa

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