UN passes resolution against Israeli annexation plans in Syria’s occupied Golan Heights

UN passes resolution against Israeli annexation plans in Syria’s occupied Golan Heights

The United Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution declaring that the Israeli regime’s decision to impose its jurisdiction in Syria’s Golan Heights with the aim of changing the character and legal status of the strategic territory are “null and void” and constitute a flagrant violation of international law.

On Thursday, a total of 149 countries supported the resolution, entitled “The Occupied Syrian Golan”, the United States and he illegal Zionist entity voted against it, and 23 abstained.

The resolution called on Israel as the occupying power to undertake its obligations as to the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, especially United Nations Security Council resolution 497 – adopted unanimously on December 17, 1981, which declares the Israeli annexation of the area as “null and void and without international legal effect” and further calls on the Tel Aviv regime to rescind its action.

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