Confirmed due to the escalation of escalation and the ongoing Israeli raids on Gaza die Permanent Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations, Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield, on Friday an emergency UN Security Council meeting will be over on Sunday die Situation in the strip.
Greenfield wrote on Twitter that the council would meet on Sunday die situation in To discuss Israel and Gaza, and that his country will continue to actively engage in top-level diplomacy in order to die Relieve tension, as she put it.
This came after the press service of the Chinese Security Council Presidency announced on Thursday that die The meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict planned for Friday will not take place because die Members of the Security Council have not reached any consensus.
Israel denies die Carrying out a ground invasion
In relation to die recent developments on site denied die Israeli army the beginning of a break-in in the Gaza Strip, revealing that their ground forces only assist in the bombing raids.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in turn, threatened Hamas and the Palestinian factions in response to die Missiles pay a heavy price.
The Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath correspondent reported that die Army more than 80 raids in targeted the Beit Lahiya area, die coincided with an intense artillery bombardment.
This came after he decided to call thousands of reservists, large numbers of them, to aid Iron Dome as Israel’s Defense Minister die Recruitment of 9,000 soldiers approved. It is noteworthy that die Escalation continues despite renewed calls from many world powers for calm and with the establishment of an emergency meeting of the Security Council next Sunday after it in two previous meetings had failed to issue a consensual statement on the escalating situation between the Palestinians and die Israelis.
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