Adopted resolution by Israel to stop settlement of Palestine United Nations General Assembly December 4, 13:04
The United States Trump administration expressed that Israel's settlement of Palestine on the west bank of the Jordan River was not considered a violation of international law, and while calling for ripples, the United Nations General Assembly in New York requested a resolution to stop settlement activities in the occupied territory It was adopted by many in favor.
At the United Nations General Assembly, a resolution calling for an immediate stop of Israeli settlement of Palestinian settlements was renewed every year during this period, which was voted on the 3rd.
As a result, seven countries such as Israel, the United States, and Canada opposed, and 13 countries such as Central America and the South Pacific island countries, which are closely related to the United States, were abstained, but 147 countries including Japan agreed. It was adopted with an overwhelming majority of approvals.
Last month, the Trump administration in the United States turned its position so far that Israeli settlements were not considered a violation of international law, and Palestine and others were strongly repelled.
After the adoption, the United States deputy ambassador to the US Petri dish expressed his dissatisfaction, saying that although the United Nations should have been established on the principle of treating member countries equally, Israel is always treated unequally by each country.
In response, Palestinian Ambassador Mansour countered, saying, "The United Nations is a collective of countries that peacefully discuss how to resolve the conflict."
The resolution is not binding, but the adoption of the resolution by an overwhelming majority has made the isolation between Israel and the back of the United States clearer.