High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Palestine 194 is the
name given to a diplomatic campaign by the Palestinian National
Authority to gain membership for the State of Palestine in the
United Nations at its 66th Session in September 2011. It seeks to
effectively gain collective recognition for a Palestinian state
based on the borders prior to the Six Day War, with East Jerusalem
as its capital. The initiative developed during a two-year impasse
in negotiations with Israel that followed the latter's refusal to
freeze its settlement activities in the West Bank. The campaign was
reported in the media as early as late 2009, and gained prominence
during the leadup to the General Assembly debate in September 2011.
President Mahmoud Abbas submitted the application to the
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on 23 September; the Security Council
has yet to vote on it.
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