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Palestine: UN condemns “clear violations” of humanitarian law in Gaza


NEW YORK (United Nations) – UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres denounced Tuesday before the Security Council the “clear” violations of humanitarian law in Gaza, insisting for an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire” in 18th day of The Zionist aggression.

“I am deeply concerned about the clear violations of international humanitarian law that we are seeing in Gaza. Let us be clear: no party to an armed conflict is above international humanitarian law,” he declared before ministers and diplomats. of dozens of countries gathered at UN headquarters, before reiterating his call for an “immediate” humanitarian ceasefire to ease the “immense suffering” of the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

International aid began to arrive in dribs and drabs since Saturday via Egypt but in very insufficient quantity, according to the UN, in this small poor territory relentlessly bombarded by the Zionist entity since October 7.

“It’s a drop of aid in an ocean of needs,” warned Antonio Guterres in the rarely so crowded Security Council room. “In addition, the UN fuel reserves in Gaza will be exhausted within a few days. It would be another disaster. Without fuel, aid cannot be distributed, hospitals have no electricity , and the water cannot be purified or pumped,” he further warned. And to insist that “even in this moment of grave and immediate danger, we must not lose sight of the only realistic basis for lasting peace and stability: a two-state solution.”



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