The Palestinian Foreign Minister welcomed the temporary measures ordered by the International Court of Justice, noting that the court's judges ruled in favor of humanity and international law.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki called on all countries to ensure the implementation of all temporary measures ordered by the court, including Israel, and this is a binding legal pledge.
On Friday, the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to take all measures within its power to prevent acts of genocide in Gaza.
While reading the ruling, the court said that Israel must ensure that its forces do not commit genocide and take measures to improve the humanitarian situation.
It also said that Israel must submit a report to the court within one month on what it is doing to implement the order.
However, during the session, the International Court of Justice refrained from issuing a ceasefire order in Gaza, but demanded that Israel try to contain the death and damage.
The court said that at least some of the rights sought by South Africa in its genocide lawsuit against Israel's war on Gaza were "reasonable."
The ruling issued by the International Court of Justice on Friday does not address the main accusation in the case, which is whether there was genocide, but will focus on the urgent intervention sought by South Africa.