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Jordan and the Czech Republic discuss the current events in Gaza

AA / Amani / Laith Al-Junaid

King Abdullah II of Jordan and Czech President Petr Pavel discussed the “dangerous” situation in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, as well as bilateral relations between the two countries.

This is what emerged from their meeting in the capital, Amman, according to a press release from the Royal Court, a copy of which reached Anadolu.

According to the same source, the parties discussed bilateral relations and discussed the dangerous situation in Al-Husseini Palace in Gaza.

King Abdullah emphasized “an end to the worsening humanitarian disaster in Gaza and the strengthening of efforts to ensure the delivery of medical aid to the population of the Gaza Strip and the achievement of an immediate ceasefire.”

The Jordanian king also warned against “hostile acts carried out by extremist settlers against Palestinians in the West Bank and the violation of Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem.”

“There is no peace or stability in the region without a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue based on a two-state solution,” he assured.

Since October 7, the Israeli army and settlers have intensified their attacks on the West Bank, especially in Jerusalem; According to official Palestinian figures, the attacks killed 519 Palestinians and injured around 5,000.

Israel’s ongoing war on Gaza since October 7 has killed and injured more than 117,000 Palestinians, mostly children and women, and left nearly 10,000 missing amid massive destruction and starvation that has claimed the lives of children and the elderly.

Israel continues its war on the Gaza Strip, despite the large number of civilian casualties and despite the intention of the International Criminal Court to issue an international arrest warrant against its Prime Minister and Defense Minister for their involvement in “war crimes” and “crimes against humanity” committed in Gaza.

Israel also ignores a UN Security Council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire and instructing the International Court of Justice to take immediate steps to prevent acts of “genocide” and improve the humanitarian situation in Gaza.

*Translated from Arabic by Hajer Cherny

Source: AA

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