Egypt warns of the invasion of Gaza… unprecedented security and humanitarian risks

Egypt warned of the grave risks and unprecedented humanitarian and security repercussions that will result from the large-scale ground attack on the Gaza Strip.

Egypt held the Israeli government responsible for violating the United Nations General Assembly resolution issued on Friday evening, which calls for an immediate ceasefire and an agreement on a humanitarian truce that preserves the lives of civilians and allows humanitarian aid to enter the Strip immediately and without interruption.
Egypt expressed its deep concern about the potentially serious repercussions of the ground military operation, and the expected increase in the number of casualties and injuries among children, women and unarmed civilians, stressing that what is happening is a new flagrant violation of the provisions of international law and international humanitarian law, amid a complete state of helplessness on the part of society. The international community called for putting an end to these violations and stopping the bloodshed in the Strip.


Egypt renewed its call on the Israeli side to facilitate procedures for safe, complete and sustainable access for humanitarian and relief aid to the Gaza Strip, warning against not responding immediately to the demands for a humanitarian truce and facilitating the arrival of aid to the Gaza Strip. It will lead to an inevitable humanitarian disaster and destabilize regional security in a way that represents a threat to the stability of the region.
Yesterday evening, Friday, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a draft Arab resolution on stopping the violence in the Gaza Strip. The resolution called for an immediate, permanent and sustainable humanitarian truce that requires a cessation of hostilities, and called on all parties to comply immediately and fully with their obligations under international law, and to enable and facilitate access for humanitarian supplies and services. Basic services for all civilians in need in the Gaza Strip.
The resolution rejected any attempts to forcibly transfer the Palestinian civilian population, and called for the cancellation of the order issued by Israel to Palestinian civilians and United Nations employees, as well as humanitarian and medical workers, to evacuate all areas north of the Gaza Valley and move. Southern Gaza Strip.

The UN resolution called for the immediate and unconditional release of all illegally detained civilians, demanding their safety and humane treatment in accordance with international law.
The resolution stressed the need to urgently establish a mechanism to ensure the protection of the Palestinian civilian population, and another mechanism for humanitarian notification to ensure the protection of United Nations facilities and all humanitarian facilities, and to ensure the unhindered movement of aid convoys.
The resolution condemned all acts of violence targeting Palestinian and Israeli civilians, including all acts of terrorism and indiscriminate attacks, as well as all acts of provocation, incitement and destruction, while the resolution expressed deep concern about the catastrophic humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip and its enormous repercussions on the civilian population. Most of them are children.

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