Macron calls on Netanyahu not to launch a “new operation” near Khan Younes and Rafa

Any new action would “worse the human toll and worsen an already disastrous humanitarian situation,” Elysee said in a press release.

French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday urged Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to launch. “New Activity” Near Khan Yunis and Rafah in the Gaza Strip. “He expressed his opposition to any new Israeli action near Khan Yunis and Rafah, which would worsen the human toll and the already disastrous humanitarian situation.”Elysee pointed out.

Emmanuel Macron has also emphasized “The Absolute Need to Prevent an Outbreak” between Israel and the Islamist movement Hezbollah in Lebanon, during a telephone interview with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

He reiterated his grave concern about the escalating tensions between Hezbollah and Israel along the Blue Line and stressed the absolute need to prevent a conflict that would harm the interests of Lebanon and Israel and create a particularly dangerous development for regional stability.Elysee pointed out in a press release.

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