Video | The war in Gaza divides Europe | International
The leaders of the European Union are struggling to find a common line in their response to the war between Israel and Hamas. This Thursday, the Twenty-seven, almost three weeks after the start of the conflict, demanded “humanitarian pauses” and the establishment of humanitarian corridors so that aid reaches Gaza. However, countries like Spain asked for a more forceful declaration calling for a ceasefire with Israel, which constituted a red line for other states like Germany.
This is the main report of the new installment of ARTE Europa Semanal, the informative program produced by Arte that EL PAÍS broadcasts every week and which can be seen in the video of this news item. The episode reviews the reactions in Europe since October 7, such as the unexpected and criticized visit of the President of the Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to Israel, or the intervention of Charles Michel, President of the European Council, in which reminded that the siege of the Strip could mean a war crime.
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