The G7 calls for a ceasefire in Gaza to help civilians and facilitate the release of hostages

The foreign ministers of the G7 industrialized nations today called for a “ceasefire” in Gaza that would “facilitate the release of hostages held by the Islamist group Hamas” and help the Palestinian people, according to the head of Italy’s diplomacy. Antonio Tajani.

The United States, Canada, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and Italy – which currently holds the presidency – also showed their commitment to Ukraine at the meeting of their foreign ministers this Saturday on the sidelines of the security conference for Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny observed a minute’s silence.

“We demand an immediate cessation of fighting, both to ensure the release of the Israeli hostages in the hands of Hamas and to help Palestinian civilians,” said Tajani, who reiterated that the interest of all G7 countries “is there.” “on the front lines” in protecting all civilians, especially women and children.

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