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The United Nations suspends the work of its crews in Gaza for 48 hours


he United Nations confirmed that it would suspend the movement of its workers in Gaza at night for two days, 48 hours

Wed 03 Apr 2024 | 07:20 PM
The United Nations suspends the work of its crews in Gaza for 48 hours
The United Nations suspends the work of its crews in Gaza for 48 hours
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The United Nations confirmed that it would suspend the movement of its workers in Gaza at night for two days, 48 hours, due to the fact that its workers were killed in the Israeli raids on the Strip. The organization confirmed that it had taken this measure until the security situation was also assessed.

Stephane Dujarric, spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, said that the United Nations will suspend the movement of its workers in the Gaza Strip at night for 48 hours.

Stephane Dujarric, spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, confirmed that Israel targets relief workers despite its knowledge of their work and the nature of what they do, and despite that, they kill them.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that their killing of aid workers was accidental and unintentional.

For his part, Joe Biden, President of the United States of America, expressed his anger at the killing of 7 relief workers from the World Central Kitchen organization - including an American citizen - in an Israeli raid in Gaza, and said that the Israeli government did not fulfill its duty towards relief workers and protect them.

US President Joe Biden said that a comprehensive and rapid investigation must be conducted, whoever caused this must be held accountable, and the result must be published to everyone.

It is worth noting that the Israeli occupation forces killed 176 UNRWA workers, and the Israeli occupation forces killed 7 relief workers from European countries.