ABU DHABI: The International Parliament for Tolerance and Peace (IPTP) has condemned the Houthi militia’s terrorist attacks on civilian areas in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen.
At the end of a two-day meeting, the IPTP reiterated its commitment to the values of tolerance and peace. It also added that this fully respects the United Nations (UN) Charter by condemning all serious violations of human rights during conflicts that threaten humanity.
The parliament for tolerance highlighted the importance of reaching diplomatic solutions when it comes to urgent international humanitarian and security issues.
Additionally, it welcomed all efforts aimed at finding a negotiated solution to the conflict in Ukraine.
Participants in the meeting agreed to strengthen cooperation by promoting tolerance and peace, addressing incitements of violence, and calling for peace through immediate diplomatic solutions.
Members called for parliamentary forums to be formed, which will focus on increasing countries’ investments in sustainable development, and recognising cultural pluralism based on interfaith and interethnic dialogue for solidarity and tolerance among all people, regardless of race, color, or religion.
The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace held the 9th session of the IPTP, chaired by Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Jarwan, President of the Council, and Margarita Restrepo, President of the Parliament, at the headquarters of the Federal National Council (FNC) on March 26 and 27.
It was attended by ambassadors, diplomats and speakers of over 60 parliaments.