"Guterres does not deserve to be the head of the UN," says the Israeli Foreign Minister

"Guterres does not deserve to be the head of the
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Geneva, Nov 14 (EFE).- The Israeli Foreign Minister, Eli Cohen, on an official visit to Geneva to pressure international organizations in favor of the release of the hostages in Gaza, assured today that the UN Secretary General , António Guterres, "does not deserve to be the head of the United Nations."

"He has not promoted any peace process in the region," added Cohen, accompanied by relatives of hostages kidnapped in Gaza, at a press conference at the European headquarters of the United Nations, shortly before meeting with the director general of the Organization. World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

"Iran, a country that advocates the destruction of Israel, should not be a member of the United Nations, but you can see how Guterres sits with them," added Cohen, accompanied on this trip by his Health counterpart, Uriel Menachem Buso.

"Guterres, like all free nations, should say loud and clear that Gaza must be liberated from Hamas, that Hamas is even worse than the Islamic State," added the head of Israeli diplomacy.

Cohen met earlier in the Swiss city with the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Mirjana Spoljaric, with the aim of the organization using its long experience in defending prisoners of war and civilians in conflicts to try to mediate for the release hostages or at least obtain proof that they are still alive. EFE


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