The British Foreign Secretary said David CameronToday, Friday, after a tour in the region, progress has been made in the effort to reach an agreement to stop the fighting in Gaza stripthe introduction of more aid and the release of Israeli detainees there.
In Istanbul, his last stop on the tour, Cameron said that Israel was studying a British proposal to open the port of Ashdod to aid shipments to Gaza, but he noted that the matter “would require a lot of pressure” to reach an agreement.
Cameron told reporters, “Reaching a truce in which we stop the fighting and start looking at how to bring in aid and get the hostages out. I think there is a possibility of reaching that. This is what I was talking about on my tour, and I think we are making some progress.”
Cameron met with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu And other leaders on his third trip to the region within two months. He said that he pushed for a permanent ceasefire in meetings in Israel, the occupied West Bank, Qatar and Turkey.
He added, “I was pressing for what I believe is in everyone's interest, including Israel's interest, which is to reach a truce immediately, because only then can the hostages be returned,” stressing that “Israel is responsible for what is happening in Gaza, and we must avoid exacerbating the humanitarian catastrophe.”
Cameron called on the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) to leave the Gaza Strip to provide the opportunity for a two-state solution, and was also considered an asylum South Africa to international justice Court It will not help achieve an end to the war in Gaza.
In its decision issued today, the court ordered Israel to take measures to prevent genocide in Gaza and direct incitement to it, as it rejected – in its ruling issued today, Friday – the Israeli request to dismiss the lawsuit filed by South Africa.