Australia Considers Recognizing Palestinian State


Australia hints it could recognise Palestinian state

After years of maintaining a neutral stance on the issue of Palestine, Australia has hinted that it may finally recognise a Palestinian state. This news comes after a series of discussions and negotiations between Australian officials and Palestinian representatives.

Foreign Minister Marise Payne stated that Australia is “looking very closely” at the possibility of recognising a Palestinian state, which would be a significant shift in the country’s foreign policy. This decision has been met with mixed reactions, with some praising it as a step towards peace and justice in the region, while others express concern about the potential impact on Australia’s relationship with Israel.

It remains to be seen how Australia will proceed on this issue, but one thing is clear – the conversation around recognising a Palestinian state is gaining momentum on the global stage.

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