The Financial Times newspaper revealed that the British government proposed a 5-point plan to end the war in… Gaza stripBritain raised the proposal with America, Europe and the Arab countries.
The newspaper explained that the British Foreign Minister David Cameron He discussed the plan this week with Palestinian and Israeli leaders.
She pointed out that Britain's plan calls for stopping hostilities, releasing hostages, and negotiating a permanent ceasefire. It also calls for defining a political horizon for establishing a Palestinian state and forming a competent government to manage the West Bank and Gaza.
According to the proposal, the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) Release all detainees and commit to stopping attacks against Israel, which will be guaranteed by the countries of the region.
The proposal includes that senior Hamas leaders in Gaza, including the head of Hamas in Gaza, leave Yahya Al-SanwarThe sector to another country.
In this context, a British official quoted by the newspaper said, “What we are trying to do is to establish the idea that when you get this temporary pause, you have to work hard to turn it into a permanent ceasefire, and focus on realistic and achievable things that can actually lead to a ceasefire.” The ceasefire is permanent and sustainable.”
According to a comment by the Financial Times, the United Kingdom believes that its plan is complementary to other initiatives, and has raised it with the governments of the United States and Europe, as well as Arab countries.
“I think there is a growing consensus in the international community that the hostage deal and the temporary ceasefire are the keys to the chance of reaching a permanent ceasefire,” the British official said.
The Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip since October 7 left more than 26,257 people dead, while the number of injured reached 64,797.