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Palestine Urges UNSC Session Following Israeli Attacks on Gaza

10 Jun. 24: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has directed Palestine’s envoy to the United Nations to call for an emergency session of the UN Security Council to address the consequences of the recent Israeli assaults on the central Gaza Strip.

The move comes amid escalating tensions in the region, with reports of continued violence and unrest in Gaza. President Abbas’s decision underscores the urgency of the situation and the need for international intervention to address the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Gaza.

The request for a UN Security Council session reflects Palestine’s determination to seek diplomatic avenues to address the ongoing violence and to hold Israel accountable for its actions in Gaza. It also highlights the broader international concern over the situation and the need for a coordinated response to de-escalate tensions and prevent further bloodshed.

As the situation continues to unfold, the international community will be closely watching developments in Gaza and the response of the UN Security Council. The outcome of the emergency session could have significant implications for the future of the region and the prospects for peace and stability in Palestine.


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