Palestine and Jordan submitted a resolution to the Executive Board of the United Nations Security Council, to send a fact-finding commission to investigate the situation of heritage sites in Jerusalem and in other Palestinian towns and to submit its detailed report to the World Heritage Committee that will be held in Doha, Qatar at the end of June.The decision came during the meeting of the Executive Board, which took place in Paris, on Thursday, the Palestinian News Network (PNN) reports.

New supportive attitudes from European countries such as England, France, Italy, Austria and Spain were expressed in the meeting, while the the United States rejected the resolution.

Palestine and Jordan called, through the Executive Board and the World Heritage Committee, for the Israeli authorities to stop their violations and illegal measures in Jerusalem and Palestine.