Rishi Sunak has expressed “serious concern at the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza” after preventing between Israel and Hamas intensified over the weekend.
Mr Sunak spoke to Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, final evening to debate the crisis within the Middle East.
Downing Street mentioned the leaders had “shared their serious concern at the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza and stressed the importance of increasing the supplies of water, medicines and fuel reaching civilians”.
A No10 spokeswoman mentioned the leaders had “agreed on the vital importance of maintaining international humanitarian law and protecting civilians in Gaza”.
The Israeli army mentioned on Sunday that it had struck greater than 450 militant targets over the previous 24 hours, together with Hamas command centres and anti-tank missile launching positions.
The UK Government is looking for a pause within the preventing to permit for extra assist to get into Gaza however it has stopped wanting pushing for a full ceasefire.
A Cobra assembly is predicted to be convened by the Government this morning and it’ll reportedly assess the menace posed by home terrorism amid the worsening state of affairs within the Middle East.
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