Diplomatic Mission For Gaza

Diplomatic Mission For Gaza

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak arrived Israel today to address the regional crisis, primarily focussing on delivering humanitarian aid to Gaza amidst efforts to prevent the Israeli-Hamas conflict from spreading in the Middle East.

The British leader arrived in Israel after Joe Biden pledged $100 billion in support for the region.

Sunak expressed solidarity with Israel on social media, denouncing terrorism and pledging support for Gaza.

The Prime Minister will meet Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday to discuss urgent humanitarian aid for Gaza amid the ongoing conflict.

“Every civilian death is a tragedy,” Sunak emphasized ahead of his trip. “And too many lives have been lost following Hamas’s horrific act of terror.”

Report of Sunak’s intended visit to Israel had circulated earlier in the week, but the Prime Minister refrained from confirming his travel arrangements until Wednesday evening.

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James Cleverly, British Foreign Secretary, is working to secure support for a peaceful resolution in Israel and Gaza through diplomatic meetings in Egypt, Turkey, and Qatar, focusing on humanitarian access to Gaza and the release of British hostages held by Hamas.

As world leaders unite to address the escalating conflict in the region, the international community watches closely, holding out hope for a swift resolution and relief for those affected by the ongoing crisis.

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