The UN resolution against the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories was approved by majority votes

Washington: The resolution against the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories was approved in the United Nations by a majority vote.

According to the Palestinian media, 87 votes were in favor of the resolution and 26 were against it, while 53 countries were absent from the voting.

Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Russia, China and other Muslim countries voted in favor of the resolution, while Israel, the United States, the United Kingdom and other European countries voted against the resolution.

India, France and Japan were among the countries that did not take part in the voting.

It should be remembered that Israel occupied Jerusalem in the 1967 Arab-Israeli War.

In the resolution, the International Court of Justice is requested to give an opinion on the legal consequences of the violation of the right of self-determination of the Palestinian people by the Israeli occupation, settlement and invasion of the Palestinian land.

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