Iran's Foreign Minister urges US to stop Israeli Occupation escalation

MENA

Published: 2024-05-09 12:09

Last Updated: 2024-05-25 07:00


Child stands in front of a destroyed building hit by Israeli Occupation strike in Rafah, southern Gaza
Child stands in front of a destroyed building hit by Israeli Occupation strike in Rafah, southern Gaza

Iran's Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, has declared his rejection of Israeli Occupation escalation in the region, calling on the United States to take decisive steps.

In his statements, Abdollahian emphasized that the United States must choose between pressuring the Israeli Occupation to stop the war or escalating tensions in the region to new levels.

Abdollahian stressed that the occupation is vigorously seeking to thwart international efforts to halt the aggression by closing the Rafah and Karam Abu Salem crossings.

The Iranian Foreign Minister warned of serious repercussions that may affect supporters of the Gaza war if international pressure is not exerted on Israeli Occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to accept a ceasefire and end the aggression on the Gaza Strip.


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