Global players call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

Gaza, Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, Abdullah II, Rafah, Egypt, Qatar, United States

Cairo: Egypt, Jordan and France have urged an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, where Israeli bombardment has continued for six months.

In a joint statement, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, Jordan’s King Abdullah II and French President Emmanuel Macron called for the immediate and unconditional implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2728, Xinhua news agency reported. . It calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

The leaders said, “We warn against the dangerous consequences of an Israeli attack on Rafah, where more than 1.5 million Palestinian civilians have taken refuge. Such an attack would only lead to more deaths and suffering. It would also increase regional tensions. There is also danger.

The leaders also urged Israel to take all necessary measures to deliver humanitarian aid to the Palestinians.

He called for the immediate release of all hostages and supported talks brokered by Egypt, Qatar and the United States to resolve the ceasefire and hostage-taking issues.

According to information released by Gaza’s Health Ministry on Monday, so far 33,207 Palestinians have been killed and 75,933 people have been injured in Gaza due to Israeli attacks.


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