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Biden insists on Netanyahu the need to enable humanitarian aid in Gaza

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Washington, Estados Unidos.- El Presidente estadounidense, Joe Bidensubmitted this advice to the first Israeli minister, Benjamin Netanyahuthe need to protect the civilian population in Gaza and to enable humanitarian aid workers who allow them to safely relocate from the defined conflict zones.

In his telephone conversation, the Democratic representative also stressed the importance of providing a continuous flow of humanitarian aid to GazaAlthough I welcome the fact that Israel has approved an additional “minimum” increase in the quantity of fuel supplied, I note that it is necessary to do so “much more”.

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Follow the press release Casa BlancaThe two leaders addressed the situation in the Palestinian enclave and Biden conveyed his “deep concern” for the people who have not yet been freed.

The current president reiterated that the Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja must be allowed access to people still retained by the armed forces of the Palestinian Islamist group Hamás, those United States are still blamed for the breakdown of the high fire, which began on November 24th and lasted for six days.

Biden also played this game with King Abdalá II of Jordaniawith whom he reaffirmed the joint commitment to work with other regional partners in the establishment of conditions that allow lasting peace in Middle Eastwhich includes the establishment of a Palestinian state.

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