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French President Emmanuel Macron wants the U.N. Security Council to pass a resolution on a cease-fire between Israel and Palestine

French President Emmanuel Macron wants the U.N. Security Council to pass a resolution on a cease-fire between Israel and Palestine

Macron, Sisi and Abdullah II hold talks Photo from the French media

Local time on the evening of the 18th, the French presidential palace Elysee Palace issued a statement that French President Emmanuel Macron for the two sides as soon as possible to cease fire to stop the violence continued to consult with all parties, he particularly hoped that the United Nations Security Council to adopt a resolution on this.

France has submitted a draft resolution to the Security Council, AFP reported, citing the Elysee Palace. The U.N. Security Council has yet to make a formal case for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict because of three previous U.S. obstructions.

Earlier in the day, Macron also held tripartite talks with Egyptian President Sisi and Jordan’s King Abdullah II, expressing strong concern about the development of the Israeli-Palestinian situation, the risk of the spread of the conflict and the escalation of violence.

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