Our position on the status of the Golan Heights is well-known, and we would like to make it clear that this position has not changed. In line with international law and relevant Security Council resolutions, notably resolution 242 and 497, we do not recognise Israel's sovereignty over the territories occupied by Israel since June 1967, including the Golan Heights. And we do not consider them to be part of the territory of the state of Israel.
Annexations of territory by force is prohibited under international law. Any declaration of a unilateral border change goes against the foundation of the rules-based international order and the UN charter. We raise strong concerns about the broader consequences of recognising illegal annexation and also about the broader regional consequences.
Our position in relation to the Golan Heights is very clear. It comes clearly established by the resolutions of the Security Council and the General Assembly, as my spokesperson was able to yesterday clearly describe.