“We reiterate our strong condemnation of the terrorist attacks carried out by Hamas on October 7 and call for the immediate release of all hostages. We reiterate Israel’s right to comply with international law and international standards. We welcome the humanitarian moratorium. But it is time for the EU to go further on three points. has been achieved,” they add.
Israel-Hamas War: “You’ve heard about the rapes, atrocities and mutilations of Israeli women. Where have you been?”
Therefore, to the signatory Prime Ministers, “Above all, we must urgently call on all parties to declare a permanent humanitarian cease-fire that would bring an end to hostilities.” Then, “immediately effective measures must be taken to protect innocent civilians”, they continued, urging “deep concern at the unbearable number of victims in Gaza”. Finally, “we must recall the urgency of the political process underlying the implementation of the two-state solution.”
“These are dark times for millions of people in Palestine and Israel. Across Europe, anti-Semitic incidents have resurfaced and this cannot be tolerated. It is time for the EU to act. Our credibility is at stake,” 4 officials conclude. .
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