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UAE Strongly Condemns Israeli Airstrikes on Gaza

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has strongly condemned recent Israeli airstrikes on the Jabalia refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has issued a strong condemnation of the recent Israeli airstrikes targeting the Jabalia refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. 

These airstrikes have led to a tragic loss of life and numerous injuries. 

The UAE firmly expresses its concern over these indiscriminate attacks and warns of the profound consequences they could have on the region.

UAE Emphasizes the Need for an Immediate Ceasefire:

In a statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), the UAE stresses the urgent need for an immediate ceasefire to prevent further loss of life. 

The UAE emphasizes the importance of safeguarding civilians by international humanitarian law and international treaties and ensuring they are not targeted during times of conflict.

Support for UN General Assembly Resolution:

The Ministry reaffirms its support for the United Nations General Assembly resolution that calls for a humanitarian truce in Gaza and a cessation of hostilities. 

The resolution is viewed as a critical step towards de-escalation, the protection of civilian lives, and the facilitation of immediate, safe, sustainable, and unhindered delivery of humanitarian aid.

UAE Initiates UN Security Council Meeting:

The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting at the UAE’s request, prompted by Israel’s announcement of an expansion of ground operations in the Gaza Strip. 

The UAE, along with the international community, calls for resolute action to end the recurring cycle of conflict and violence.

Warning of Catastrophic Repercussions:

The UAE reiterates its concern about the absence of a political resolution to the ongoing conflict, emphasizing that this situation poses a significant risk of catastrophic consequences. 

Disregarding the potential outcomes could devastate the prospects of peace and stability in the region.

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