Palestinian Prisoners are the Focus of NAM Ministerial Meeting in Egypt

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Cairo, Egypt | May 10, 2012

The Palestinian issue and the Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails were the focus of the concluding session of the 17th ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) held on Thursday, May 10, at the Egyptian resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh.

Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr called for the release of the Palestinian women and children detained by the Israeli authorities on security charges without any formal trials.

The Palestinian delegation called on the NAM to pressure Israel to respond to the demands of the Palestinian detainees in the Israeli jails and to urge Israel for their release.

SOUNDITE 1 (Arabic) – Reyad al-Malki, Palestinian Minister of Foreign Affairs:
“We consider that the ministerial conference of the Non-Aligned Movement is completely successful for Palestine. The Palestinian issue was the focus of the conference even at the predatory stages of the conference at the level of its senior officials. It adopted a number of several resolutions related to Palestine and the Palestinian cause.”

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Barkat al-Farra, Palestinian Ambassador to Egypt:
“The conference adopted all the demands concerning Palestine. We hope all the adopted resolutions to be achieved on the ground and this is what matters. The most important things now are the release of the Palestinian detainees and the recognition of Palestine as a full member state at the United Nations.”

Hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jails are currently on a hunger strike protesting against their detention without charges.

The NAM ministers also held talks over the regional and international efforts exerted by the Arab League and the United Nations to resolve the Syrian crisis.

Kuwaiti Foreign Minister reaffirmed Kuwait’s support to the mission of the UN-Arab League special envoy for Syria Kofi Annan which aiming to put an end to the violence in Syria and to meet the aspirations of the Syrian people based on Arab League resolutions.

The foreign ministers concluded the conference by stressing that the continuing success of the NAM would always depend on the unity of its members and the development of their abilities to interact positively with the rapid regional and international changes.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: May 10, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 10, 2012
Length: 0:02:00
Video Size: 99.6 MB
Language: Arabic
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1- Pan right shot of flags of participant states inside the conference hall
2- Pan left shot participant FMs standing one minute in mourning of former Algerian President and late Pope Shenouda III
3- Medium shot of the banner of the conference
4- Various shots of the conference and the attendees
5- SOUNDITE 1 (Arabic) – Reyad al-Malki, Palestinian Minister of Foreign Affairs:
“We consider that the ministerial conference of the Non-Aligned Movement is completely successful for Palestine. The Palestinian issue was the focus of the conference even at the predatory stages of the conference at the level of its senior officials. It adopted a number of several resolutions related to Palestine and the Palestinian cause.” 6- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Barkat al-Farra, Palestinian Ambassador to Egypt:
“The conference adopted all the demands concerning Palestine. We hope all the adopted resolutions to be achieved on the ground and this is what matters. The most important things now are the release of the Palestinian detainees and the recognition of Palestine as a full member state at the United Nations.” 7- Medium shot of Egyptian Foreign Minister speaking during the conference
8- Various shots of the conference and the attendees

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