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Mahmoud Abbas will ask the Russian leadership for assistance in the search for a solution to the current crisis in Palestine, when he visits Russia on May 14-15
The head of the Palestinian National Autonomy Mahmoud Abbas will ask the Russian leadership for assistance in the search for a solution to the current crisis in Palestine, when he visits Russia on May 14-15, the Palestinian ambassador in Moscow, Baker Abdel Munem, told. “Finding a solution will be not so easy,” the diplomat said. “We shall ask our Russian friends to help deal with problems existing in Palestine. During his trip to Europe following the visit to Russia Abbas will be raising the very same themes.” The ambassador thanked Russia for financial assistance to the Palestinian people. “Despite the financial blockade Russia has managed to provide hard cash,” Munem told a news conference at the Itar-Tass head office on Friday. “Moscow has taken a progressive attitude towards the Palestinian people. I would like to thank Russia for this step on behalf of each Palestinian child.” Munem said the Palestinian people welcomed the latest proposal by the European Union and the quartet of international mediators for establishing mechanisms that would maintain the transparency of how the resources disbursed to Palestine are spent. “It is to be hoped that the process of creating such mechanisms will not take too much time,” he said.
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