Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas
president Palestinian National Authority, Mahmoud Abbas He said on Monday the ninth of this month that he contacted the Secretary-General of United nations, António GuterresThe United Nations called for measures to be taken against “Israeli aggression” in the region Gaza strip. According to the official news agency WADA, the leader called on the organization to “intervene immediately to stop the ongoing Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, especially in the Gaza Strip.” According to the publication, Abbas “stressed the necessity of providing humanitarian and medical aid to the Gaza Strip, highlighting the importance of United Nations intervention to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe.”
Earlier, the Secretary-General of the United Nations had criticized earlier, in a statement, that “Israeli missiles hit health facilities inside Gaza, as well as multi-storey residential towers and a mosque.” Two schools housing displaced families in Gaza were also bombed.” In the same statement, Guterres also denounced the attacks launched by the Hamel group on Israel. “I condemn the heinous attacks by Hamas and other groups against Israeli towns and villages on the outskirts of Gaza, which have left more than 800 Israelis dead and more than 2,500 injured. Unfortunately, these numbers are expected to rise as the attacks continue and many people remain missing.” In just three days of conflict, more than 1,600 people were killed, 900 in Israel, 687 in the Gaza Strip, and 16 in the West Bank.
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