UN Security Council approves resolution to demand humanitarian pauses and corridors in Gaza
Until now the United Nations Security Council had not been able to reach an agreement, since there had been up to four votes on the situation in Gaza. For its part, Israel calls the decision "regrettable" and assures that the organization is "disconnected from reality.
The United Nations Security Council gave the green light this Wednesday to a resolution presented by Malta to demand humanitarian breaks and corridors in the Gaza Strip to allow aid to enter the Palestinian enclave.
Specifically, the resolution - which does not use the term 'ceasefire' or refer to Israel, although it does name Hamas - has been approved by 12 votes in favor, zero votes against and three abstentions: Russia, the United Kingdom and United States, which has veto power.
The UN Security Council had not been able to reach an agreement until now, since up to four votes had taken place with texts presented by different countries on the situation in the Gaza Strip.
In addition, calls on Hamas and Islamic Jihad release in a safe way to all the hostagesunconditionally and immediately, although it does not condemn the attacks by the Islamist group on October 7 or the attacks in response by Israel against the Gaza Strip.
The text adopted by the Council "demands all parties to respect their obligations under international law, especially with regard to the protection of civilians, particularly children".
For his part, the ambassador of Israel Before the United Nations, Gilad Erdan has called the decision "regrettable" and has assured that the organization is "disconnected from reality."
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