The Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, a subsidiary organ of the General Assembly, will convene the International Conference on the Question of Jerusalem in Rabat this June 26 to 28.
The Conference is held with the support of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) under the theme “The Question of Jerusalem after 50 Years of Occupation and 25 Years of the Oslo Accords”.
The Conference will provide an opportunity for Member States to outline their positions and share opinions, particularly in view of recent developments. It will also provide a valuable platform for youth from East Jerusalem to present their plight to the international community, and for participants to discuss and identify actionable solutions to the challenges confronting young people.
In the press release announcing the event, the Committee said it “offers its sincere appreciation for the leadership of King Mohammed VI in establishing and chairing the Al-Quds Committee of the OIC”.
The Conference will be attended by Moroccan and Palestinian Foreign Ministers, Nasser Bourita and Riad Malki, United Nations Assistant Secretary‑General for Political Affairs Miroslav Jenča, and OIC Assistant Secretary General Samir Bakr.