Delegate Name: Andrew Stoll
Delegate: Andrew Stoll
The Israel-Palestine conflict has been raging for one hundred years now and despite both the Camp David accords in 1978 and the Oslo Peace accords in 1993 it still remains a major geopolitical issue having been going on longer than the United Nations has existed. Even though many more agreements and solutions have been put forward since the conflict began none have stopped the violence thus far.
The country of Pakistan is deeply affected by the conflict because of its geographical and religious ties to the area in particular Palestine’s Muslim population. The country of Pakistan has always supported Palestine and its interests in the area will continue to do so in the future.
The country of Pakistan supports a single independent Palestine state but it is willing to pursue any solution that will bring an end to the conflict and an independent Palestine. The country of Pakistan is also willing to accept the sovereignty of Israel if an independent Palestine is recognized and Israel Defense Forces are removed from Palestine’s territory. The country of Pakistan would also like to see an end to IDF and western control of the region and a de escalation of violence while a solution is being worked out.
The country of Pakistan would like to work primarily with other Muslim nations in the area in order to create a fully independent Palestine but it is also interested in working with western nations if an acceptable two state solution is put forward.