United States President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke last Monday (6) about the possibility of tactical pauses in attacks on the Gaza Strip, according to John Kirby, spokesman of the American government.
It is also worth remembering that on Monday (6), the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, called for an immediate ceasefire in the conflict between Israel and the Islamist movement Hamas.
And said that Israel’s bombing of the Strip’s territory of Gaza is turning into a “children’s cemetery”.
“The unfolding catastrophe makes the need for a humanitarian ceasefire more urgent with each passing hour,” he told reporters at UN headquarters in New York.
Namely, the most recent conflict between the terrorist group Hamas and Israel originated after Hamas militia invaded Israeli territory on October 7, killing around 1,400 people, most of them civilians, including young people who were participating in an electronic music festival. .
Thus, in retaliation, Israel launched incessant bombings and carried out land incursions into the Gaza Strip. According to the Hamas Ministry of Health, more than 10,000 people died, however, these numbers could not be independently verified.