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India gave this new statement regarding Israel-Hamas war, Palestine became happy

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Israel-Hamas war.

The fourth month of the Israel-Hamas war has begun. During this time, India has given a big statement regarding the deaths of ordinary Palestinians in Gaza. India has strongly condemned the death of civilians in Gaza. At the UN forum, India expressed its strong protest against the death of innocent Palestinian civilians. Palestine also seemed happy with India’s stand. Along with this, India has said that it is in constant touch with the leaders of Israel and Palestine and its “clear” message since the beginning of the West Asia conflict has been to stop escalating tension. So that continuous supply of humanitarian assistance can be ensured and early restoration of peace and stability can be ensured.

India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Ambassador Ruchira Kamboj said on Tuesday, “The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas has resulted in massive loss of civilian lives, especially women and children, and has created a dangerous humanitarian crisis.” “This is clearly unacceptable and we strongly condemn the civilian deaths,” he said, adding that India is aware that the immediate cause was the October 7 terrorist attacks in Israel. . The attacks were shocking and “we unequivocally condemn them.” India has a zero tolerance approach towards terrorism. Terrorism and hostage taking cannot be justified.

Attack by Hamas terrorists held wrong

Kamboj termed Hamas’ attack on Israel on October 7 as terrorist and said India demands the immediate and unconditional release of the hostages. “India’s leadership is in constant touch with leaders of the region, including Israel and Palestine,” Kamboj told the 193-member UNGA. “India’s message has been clear since the beginning of this conflict,” he said. Preventing escalation is important to ensure the continued supply of humanitarian assistance and to work towards an early restoration of peace and stability. Peaceful resolution of the conflict through dialogue and diplomacy is the only way forward.” Kamboj addressed the General Assembly meeting convened on Tuesday. The General Assembly meeting was called after the US vetoed an amendment proposed by Russia to a resolution tabled in the Security Council on December 22, 2023, regarding the delivery of humanitarian aid to the entire Gaza Strip. (Language)

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