Netanyahu spoke harshly about the military operation in Rafah 13:54

Israel will launch an operation against the Palestinian Hamas movement in the city of Rafah in the south of the Gaza Strip, regardless of whether an agreement is reached on a ceasefire and the release of hostages. This was stated by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Reuters.

“There is no question of stopping the war until all its objectives are achieved,” he emphasized.

Prior to this, Egyptian Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly was on the sidelines of a special session of the World Economic Forum in Riyadh. statedIsrael and Hamas are under pressure from within and are not seeking to reach a compromise solution during current negotiations.

According to him, “Certain progress is currently being observed in the negotiations, but only on a few points.” Only the success of the negotiation process will help prevent Israel from carrying out a military operation in Rafah, and the country’s prime minister emphasized that Egypt is making every effort to achieve this goal.

Previously in Israel guess If the army does not enter Rafah, the government will collapse.

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Source: Gazeta

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