The Palestinian Foreign Minister has welcomed the provisional measures ordered by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and called on all nations, including Israel, to ensure their full implementation, as reported by Cairo News Channel in a breaking news alert.
He emphasized that the ICJ judges had thoroughly assessed the facts and the law, delivering a verdict in favor of humanity and international law.
The Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip, which commenced on October 7th, has resulted in thousands of casualties and tens of thousands of injuries, in addition to widespread destruction of buildings and infrastructure.
The healthcare system in Gaza is in an extremely dire state, starting from the nearly collapsed ambulance service. The majority of hospitals in Gaza and its northern region have been invaded by occupying forces, with medical staff, displaced individuals, patients, and the wounded facing severe mistreatment.
The Foreign Minister's call underscores the urgency of international cooperation in upholding the ICJ's rulings to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and restore peace and justice in accordance with international law.