The Colombian presidency condemned the Israeli attack on Al-Shifa Medical Complex in Gaza stripWhile the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry stressed the need for international accountability for this, the Japanese Foreign Ministry called on Israel to stop its attacks in order for humanitarian aid to enter the Strip.
Through his account on the “X” platform, he denounced the Colombian president Gustavo Pietro The Israeli attack, saying, “A new war crime. I told US President Joe Biden. If the massacre continues and international law is violated in the world, barbarism will replace democracy, which is the project of humanity.”
Petro, who is visiting the United States to attend the Leaders’ Summit of the Economic Prosperity Alliance of the Americas, held a meeting with President Joe Biden before the summit.
And it was Colombia I asked the Israeli ambassador in Bogota to apologize and leave the country, after Israeli diplomacy responded to statements by the Colombian president in which he addressed the war between Israel and the Palestinian resistance, led by the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation).
In turn, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Ivan Gil likened the ongoing Israeli attacks in Gaza to a “Nazi-style destruction operation,” stressing the need to prosecute it for these crimes, according to Anadolu Agency.
In a blog post on his social media account, Gil stressed the need to stop the barbarism immediately, saying, “The pictures and statements we receive every day reveal the war crimes committed by the State of Israel.”
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also said in a statement, “It condemns Venezuela In the strongest terms, the ambulance convoy carrying the injured and Al-Shifa Hospital was bombed,” calling for the need to hold accountable this bombing in an international court.
For her part, she called Japan Today, Saturday, Israel decided to stop its attacks on the Gaza Strip so that humanitarian aid can enter the Strip.
A statement by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Minister Yoko Kamikawa met with her Israeli counterpart, Eli Cohen, during her visit to Tel Aviv, referring to the minister’s request that Israel temporarily stop its attacks so that humanitarian aid can enter the Gaza Strip.
Kamikawa stressed that the parties must act in accordance with international law in the crisis, and called for the “immediate release of the hostages.”
The statement noted that Kamikawa also met with Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki in the city of Ramallah in the West Bank, and that Tokyo will send humanitarian aid worth $65 million to the Gaza Strip, stressing that her country’s position on the two-state solution has not changed.
Dozens were killed and wounded yesterday evening, Friday, in an Israeli bombing that targeted the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in the Gaza Strip. The occupation admitted that it had bombed an ambulance in front of the complex, claiming that it “was being used by a Hamas cell,” which was denied by the Ministry of Interior in Gaza.
The occupation aircraft bombed wounded people who were heading toRafah crossing Hoping to receive treatment abroad, with most Gaza hospitals out of service due to the ongoing Israeli bombing of the Strip for the 29th day, leaving so far – according to the latest government media statistics in Gaza – 9,227 martyrs, including 3,826 children and 2,405 women, in addition to 23,000 injured, and more than Alfie is missing.