The Saudi Foreign Minister reviews developments in the situation in Gaza with Guterres

Saudi Arabia – Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah received a phone call yesterday, Monday, from the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres.

During the call, the latest developments in the recent events in the region were reviewed, especially developments in the situation in the Gaza Strip and its surroundings, and the efforts made to achieve peace and stability.

The call comes at a time when negotiations regarding a truce in the Gaza Strip are at a standstill.

While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said yesterday, Monday, that he had received a detailed report today about the Cairo talks, the leader of the faction movement, Mahmoud Mardawi, announced his rejection of the latest proposal they received, indicating that the movement considers it a rejected Israeli offer.

An official in the faction movement also denied any progress in the ongoing negotiations in Egypt regarding the truce in the Gaza Strip, stressing that “there is no change in Tel Aviv’s position.”

It is worth noting that a high-level Egyptian source stated that the round of negotiations on the truce in Gaza in Cairo is witnessing great progress in bringing viewpoints closer together.

On the other hand, Netanyahu announced that a date had been set for launching an attack on Rafah, but he did not disclose it.

The Israeli Prime Minister reiterated that victory over the fighters of the faction movement “requires entering Rafah and eliminating the Phalange there,” stressing in a video clip that “the matter will happen and the date has been set.”

AFP reported that Israeli leaders were preparing for military operations in the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, to which the majority of the Strip’s residents were displaced after 6 months of war.

Israeli media also reported on Sunday that the Israeli army is preparing its forces and accelerating its preparations to enter Rafah within a week.

Source: Agencies

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2024-04-09 07:43:43

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