Putin calls Israel to withdraw from occupied Syrian Golan
Syria-Russia, Politics, 5/24/2004
President Vladimir Putin of Russia called on Israel to withdraw from all the occupied Arab lands to the line June of 4, 1967.
In a letter directed to the Arab Summit held in Tunisia, Putin stressed the necessity of the Israeli complete withdrawal from the occupied Golan to achieve an overall settlement in the Middle East.
Putin called for resuming the peace negotiations between the Palestinians and the Israelis based of the UN Security Councils resolutions Nos. 242 and 338.
He underlined Moscow's rejection to any unilateral steps in the Middle East.
The Russian President stressed the necessity of pushing the Syrian and Lebanese tracks forward.
Regarding Iraq, Putin called for intensifying the international efforts to enable Iraqi people to restore their sovereignty, asserting the necessity of the UN main role in Iraq.
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