Biden believes Netanyahu is making “a mistake” in Gaza

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, has assured that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is making “a mistake” in the Israeli offensive against Israel the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in the Gaza Strip and has assured that there are “no excuses” that would prevent the delivery of humanitarian aid to the enclave, which is why he insisted on a ceasefire.

“I think what he is doing is a mistake. It’s unbearable,” Biden said after being questioned about Netanyahu’s actions during an interview with the American television channel Univision.

The President took advantage of the opportunity insist on a ceasefire to allow humanitarian access to the population of Gaza, which is suffering from a severe crisis due to the widespread destruction of civilian infrastructure and the lack of food and other essential materials.

“What I demand from the Israelis is a ceasefire and permission in the next six or eight weeks, unrestricted access to all food and medicine entering the country. I spoke to everyone, the Saudis, the Jordanians and the Egyptians. They are ready to enter. They are ready to transport this food. And I believe there is no excuse for not meeting the medical and food needs of these people. “It should be done now,” Biden added.

In addition, he criticized again the Israeli attack on a group of NGO workers World Central Kitchen (WCK), in which seven people died.

Following the Hamas attacks on October 7, the Israeli army launched an offensive on the Gaza Strip They left behind 1,200 dead and 240 hostagesa hundred of which have already been published.

Since then, Palestinian authorities have reported the deaths of more than 33,300 peopleto which around 450 Palestinians in the West Bank and East Jerusalem are added due to the actions of the security forces and Israeli settlers.

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