RAMALLAH, Dec. 31 (Xinhua) -- The Palestinian presidency said on Saturday that the recent international support for the Palestinians, including a Security Council resolution condemning the Israeli settlement activity, sends a message to Israel and the coming U.S. administration regarding the world's position against the Israeli occupation and violation of international legitimacy resolutions.
Palestinian presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rdeinah said in a statement carried by the official Palestinian news agency WAFA that the Palestinian leadership has achieved three highly significant consecutive goals that "completely failed" the Israeli policy.
He explained that those three achievements are the UN Security Council resolution affirming the illegality of Israeli settlement activity, then the U.S. administration's speech that considered the settlements the real reason behind ending the peace process and hindering the two-state solution and now standing at the verge of the international peace conference in Paris, which Israel is still trying to fail it.
Abu Rdeinah said those achievements were realized at a time when the entire region is going through historical changes.
He expressed that the world is "fed up with the Israeli policies, government and disregard to international law, while holding on to the occupation and will assist the Palestinian people in their just struggle that will not stop until we realize our right in freedom and national independence."
In his speech on Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that the recent UN Security Council resolution against the settlement was intended to preserve the possibility of a two-state solution.
Kerry called on both Israel and the Palestinians to accept the two-state solution in accordance with 1967 borders.
The speech came Just 22 days before Kerry's administration hands office over to the newly-elected President Donald Trump.
An international peace conference is expected to be held in Paris on Jan. 15, and will be attended by 70 foreign ministers and UN organizations, but no representatives of Palestinians or Israelis will take part.
Paris hosted an international ministerial meeting on June 3, which was attended by the foreign ministers of 25 countries, including four Arab states. It debated the revival of the stalled peace process between Israel and the Palestinians.
The last round of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, sponsored by the U.S., collapsed in April 2014, after nine months of futile efforts.