November 11 According to the United Nations website, the chief negotiator of Palestine, Sab Erekat, died recently after being infected with Coronavirus. On the 10th local time, UN Secretary-General Guterres issued a statement through a spokesperson, saying that he expressed deep sorrow for this.
According to reports, Erekat was admitted to the hospital in mid-October for contracting Coronavirus and died in a Jerusalem hospital on November 9 due to complications related to Coronavirus.
On behalf of the United Nations, Guterres expressed his sincere condolences to Erekat’s family and friends, saying, “It is time to continue Erekat’s key work and end the Palestinian-Israeli conflict that has been affecting the lives of many people.”
According to reports, Guterres reiterated his and the UN’s commitment to “support all efforts to unite all parties to achieve the long-awaited just and sustainable two-state solution, so that Israel and Palestine will be in peace and security. Chinese coexistence.
From 1992 to 1993, Erekat played a key role when negotiating the signing of the Oslo Agreement with Israel. In the past many years, Erekat has been a core member of the PLO Executive Committee and Fatah Central Committee.