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Scholz reiterates support for Israel in conversation with Netanyahu, but calls for improved humanitarian conditions in Gaza

Scholz reiterates support for Israel in conversation with Netanyahu, but calls for improved humanitarian conditions in Gaza

Scholz reiterates support for Israel in conversation with Netanyahu, but calls for improved humanitarian conditions in Gaza

The German Chancellor Olaf Scholzspoke today by phone with the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahuto which he reiterated the “complete solidarity” it’s him “unwavering support from Germany for Israel”.

According to a note from Itamaraty, the two addressed the situation in Israelin the occupied Palestinian territories and the region, as well as humanitarian conditions in Gaza strip.

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The chancellor highlighted the urgent need to improve the humanitarian situation of people in Link. Humanitarian pauses could contribute to a significant improvement in the population’s supply”, notes the note.

In turn, Netanyahu explained the “efforts“Israelis must protect civilians in the Palestinian enclave, who continue to see each other”countered”due to the action of the Islamic group Hamasaccording to the same source.

The chancellor and the prime minister also discussed ongoing initiatives to try to free”as soon as possible”to the hostages held by Hamas, in particular children, the elderly, the sick and women.

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Finally, Olaf Scholz informed Benjamin Netanyahu on the results of its diplomatic contacts with the aim of avoiding a regional conflagration.

Scholz received yesterday in Berlin with the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoganand, although the two presented opposing positions regarding the conflict, they adopted a pragmatic tone and emphasized common objectives, such as preventing the conflict from prolonging and guaranteeing access for humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Source: Elcomercio

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