Israeli Occupation delegation opposes ceasefire talks in Paris

Palestine

Published: 2024-02-24 14:22

Last Updated: 2024-04-19 20:24


Israeli Occupation delegation opposes ceasefire talks in Paris
Israeli Occupation delegation opposes ceasefire talks in Paris

Hebrew Channel 13 reported that the delegation from Israeli Occupation, heading to the Paris talks, voiced opposition to halting the aggression on Gaza.

Discussions began in Paris on Friday to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza and address a potential prisoner exchange deal, involving Egypt, Qatar, and the United States.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted at preparations for a potential invasion of Rafah, amidst warnings of impending famine threatening 700,000 residents in the northern part of the besieged region. Netanyahu remains steadfast in his refusal to permanently cease fire, aiming to fully achieve the war's objectives.

Meanwhile, the aggression against Gaza continues for the 141st consecutive day, subjecting the besieged population to a trifecta of peril: relentless attacks, food shortages, and disease outbreaks.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza said that the ongoing assault has resulted in the deaths of 29,514 Palestinians and the injury of 69,616 others since October 7, with thousands more buried under the rubble.