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Ireland to Recognize Palestinian State, Joining Other EU Nations

Dublin, May 21, 2024 – The Irish government is set to announce the recognition of a Palestinian state on Wednesday, according to a source familiar with the matter. This decision aligns Ireland with other European Union members such as Spain, Slovenia, and Malta, which have recently indicated their plans to make similar recognitions. These nations argue that a two-state solution is essential for achieving lasting peace in the region.

On Tuesday evening, the Irish government stated that both the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister would address the media on Wednesday morning, though they did not disclose the topic of the announcement.

This move reflects growing international support for Palestinian statehood amid ongoing tensions and calls for a peaceful resolution between Israel and Palestine. The recognition by Ireland and other EU countries underscores the significance of diplomatic efforts in promoting stability and peace in the Middle East.

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