On 19th & 22nd June 2020, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) conducted sessions to discuss the human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. The council, which consists of 47 member states, discussed and voted on 4 resolutions on Palestine:
The Australian Centre for International Justice (ACIJ) issued a Policy Brief to "urge the Australian Government to respond swiftly to a matter of global concern regarding Israel’s imminent annexation of Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)".
(June 23, 2020): "We strongly condemn the cold-blooded murder of 28-year-old Ahmed Erekat by Israeli occupation forces at a military checkpoint near Bethlehem.
The PLO Negotiations Affairs Department presents a Questions and Answers about the threat of annexation.
A message from His Excellency Ambassador Izzat Abdulhadi on the occasion of Eid Al Fitr:
(May 6, 2020): "Israel’s approval of the illegal confiscation of 1000 square kilometers in the heart of the occupied West Bank to construct 7000 new illegal settlement units in the Bethlehem District constitutes a new war crime and a grave violation of international law, including international humanitarian and criminal laws.
(May 2, 2020): "In recent days, we have witnessed courageous and outspoken voices from all over the world condemning and warning against Israeli annexation. The European Union, the Arab League, the United Nations, Russia, China, 131 current and former UK officials, 11 US Congress members, 11 European ambassadors who delivered a demarche, UN Special...