Pakistan welcomes UNGA resolution for “immediate humanitarian ceasefire” & “ensuring humanitarian access” to Gaza’s people

Foreign OfficePakistan welcomes UNGA resolution for “immediate humanitarian ceasefire” & “ensuring humanitarian access”...

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan has welcomed the resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly on December 12, 2023, demanding an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire”, and “ensuring humanitarian access” to the people of Gaza. 

In her weekly media briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said that the UNGA resolution is a reflection of an international consensus and growing global public anger at the ongoing Israeli atrocities that have claimed the lives of more than 18,000 Palestinians with about 8,000 children.

   

It is critical that the international community brings an end to Israel’s war crimes and crimes against humanity against the Palestinian people, she said.

“Pakistan condemns the increasing Israeli hostilities in the West Bank and attacks against Lebanon and Syria which are in breach of the territorial sovereignty of these countries. Israel is acting in complete disregard of International Law and humanitarian norms,” she further said.

The Spokesperson said that the international community should take meaningful action to stop the expanding Israeli aggression which can trigger a wider and more dangerous conflict engulfing the entire region.

“Pakistan believes that lasting peace in the Middle East hinges on the peaceful and just resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in accordance with the relevant UNSC and OIC resolutions,” she added.

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