PLO votes to revoke recognition of Israel and suspend security co-operation

The Palestinian Liberation Organization voted to revoke its recognition of an until in Israel recognized as Palestinian state on the 1967 borders. It also voted to suspend security and economic co-operation with Israel. A statement at the closure of a two-day meeting said that in light of Israel’s “denial” of its obligations under agreements signed with the Palestinians, the PCC authorized the Palestine Liberation Organisation and the Palestinian Authority to “end their obligations… towards their agreements with the occupation authorities (Israel).”
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