What did Macron, President of France, say about the events in the Gaza Strip?
Since the start of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood” on the seventh of last October, France has been standing and supporting the Israeli narrative regarding what is happening in the Gaza Strip
Since the start of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood” on the seventh of last October, France has been standing and supporting the Israeli narrative regarding what is happening in the Gaza Strip, but with the passage of time, the development of events and the continued violations of the Israeli occupation forces in Gaza, Paris’s position towards the events changed after more than 40 days.
Yesterday, France condemned the acts of violence carried out by the Israelis in the West Bank and declared that it is a policy of intimidation whose goal is to displace the Palestinians. France also urged the Israeli authorities to protect the Palestinians from violence.
French President Macron denounces the continued bombing of infrastructure in Gaza
French President Emmanuel Macron also denounced the Israeli forces' continued bombing of civilian infrastructure in Gaza, adding that France will continue to support the two-state solution, and security will not be achieved unless the Palestinian issue is resolved, during a press conference in Bern, according to Agence France-Presse.
Macron said: “We condemn with the greatest possible firmness all bombing operations targeting civilians, especially civilian infrastructure, which must be protected under our international and humanitarian law.”
French President: There is no legitimacy in bombing children, women and the elderly in the Gaza Strip
The French President also explained during an interview with the BBC that it is illegal for children, women and the elderly to be bombed in the Gaza Strip, so we urge Israel to stop, according to Agence France-Presse.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Anne-Claire Legendre also said that Israel does not have the right to decide who will rule Gaza in the future, and added that the Gaza Strip will be part of the Palestinian state, according to Sky News.
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