Qatar expressed its firm position in condemning all forms of targeting civilians during wars, especially women and children, while the Secretary-General appreciated To the United Nations António Guterres Doha’s position regarding prisoners held by the Palestinian resistance.
He explained Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman bin Jassim Al Thani During his meeting with the Secretary-General of the United Nations in the Qatari capital, the Qatari Prime Minister said that practicing the policy of collective punishment is unacceptable under any pretext.
The two parties discussed the latest developments in the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories and Israel, and ways to reduce the escalation.
Al Thani stressed Qatar’s complete rejection of the indiscriminate bombing Gaza stripAnd attempts to forcibly displace and displace its besieged people, and warned of the danger of the ground escalation of this war to the safety of civilians and prisoners in Gaza.
The Qatari Prime Minister stressed the necessity of continuing the entry of relief convoys and humanitarian aid to the Palestinians stranded under the bombing.
The Qatari official also called for the international community to move quickly to respond to the resolution of the United Nations General Assembly to reach a humanitarian truce in the Gaza Strip, and stressed the importance of coordinating international and regional efforts in order to stop the aggression against Gaza, and to work hard to achieve a just and comprehensive peace.
I came to Doha to express to Prime Minister @MBA_AlThani_ our full gratitude, appreciation and support for Qatar’s tireless mediation initiatives, namely for the release of the hostages kept in Gaza. pic.twitter.com/SsZS7qkG2Z
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) October 28, 2023
The Qatari Prime Minister affirmed his country’s appreciation for the efforts of the United Nations and the effective role of its Secretary-General in mobilizing international efforts for calm and de-escalation, pledging to continue Qatar’s mediation efforts in coordination with the United Nations.
For his part, the Secretary-General of the United Nations expressed his gratitude and appreciation for the mediation initiatives undertaken by Qatar, and his support for Qatari mediation efforts, especially its recent role in the release of Israeli prisoners in Gaza.
On Saturday, Guterres condemned the “unprecedented escalation” of the Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip, reiterating his call for an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire.”
The UN official said during a visit to Doha: “I have been encouraged in recent days by what appears to be a growing consensus in the opinion of the international community… on the need for a humanitarian truce – at least – in the fighting.” He continued, “Unfortunately, instead of a truce, I was surprised by an unprecedented escalation of the bombing and its effects.” destructive, which undermines the aforementioned humanitarian objectives.”