PLO holds general assembly meet in presence of Palestinian President

Gaza: In the presence of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, a two-day general assembly meeting of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) central council began in the West Bank city of Ramallah.

Abbas gave a statement to the Palestinian Central Council (PCC), the PLO's second-highest decision-making body, on Sunday evening at the presidential offices in the city, stressing that the PCC will review all possibilities regarding the relationship with Israel, according to Xinhua news.

"After responding to the fullest extent possible to international efforts to find a solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict," the President added, "the Palestinian leadership will evaluate all alternatives regarding the relationship with Israel." The first session was titled "developing and activating the PLO, protecting the national project, and popular resistance," according to the official Palestinian news agency (WAFA).

Because of his illness, Salim Za'noun, the outgoing Speaker of the Palestinian National Council (PNC), the PLO's highest decision-making body, was unable to attend the meeting.

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