The British Foreign Secretary stated that the UK will consider recognizing a Palestinian state as part of efforts to bring about an irreversible peace settlement.

Iran PressEurope: The UK is considering a push to recognize a Palestinian state at the United Nations, Foreign Secretary David Cameron said, as he tries to sell a plan aimed at ending the war in Gaza.

He told a reception in London on Monday evening that the move would help to make a two-state solution, currently stalled with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opposed to it,  an “irreversible” process.

Cameron is on a fresh tour of Western Asia to try and push a five-point plan to quell the latest war between Israel and Hamas.

Meanwhile, David Cameron will pledge that Britain will do everything it can to prevent the conflict from “spilling over borders” during his visit to West Asia.

The UK is among those continuing to argue that a two-state solution is the only viable long-term solution to the conflict. But such a proposal faces fierce resistance from the Israeli regime's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The latest figures published by the Gaza health ministry indicate that around 26,422 were killed and 65,87 injured by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip since the start of the war on October 7. 219

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