WHO calls possible Israeli invasion of Rafah a humanitarian disaster 02:09

Israel’s large-scale occupation of the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip would result in a humanitarian disaster. This was stated on the social network by Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization (WHO). X.

“A large-scale occupation of Rafah would be a humanitarian disaster,” he wrote, calling on Israel to stop on behalf of the WHO.

Ghebreyesus added that WHO called on all parties to the conflict to work for a ceasefire and lasting peace.

30 April UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres statedHe said that the Israeli army’s military operation in Rafah would be the most dangerous escalation of the Middle East conflict and would have serious consequences for the entire region.

Before that, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approvedIt is stated that the country intends to achieve its goals by organizing an operation in the city.

Formerly Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused Israel plans to complete the destruction in the Gaza Strip.

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Source: Gazeta

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