Historic UN Security Council Resolution Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza Strip During Ramadan

UN Security Council Passes Resolution Urging “Immediate” Ceasefire in Gaza

On Monday, the United Nations Security Council approved a resolution that calls for an immediate ceasefire during the month of Ramadan in the Gaza Strip. This resolution was promoted by Algeria and nine other non-permanent member countries. The approval comes in response to the Israeli Army’s military offensive on the Palestinian enclave, which has resulted in the deaths of more than 32,300 people.

The text of the resolution demands an immediate ceasefire during Ramadan, leading to a permanent and sustainable peace in the region. It calls for the release of all hostages held by Hamas and the guarantee of humanitarian access to address the medical needs of the population in Gaza. The resolution underscores the importance of protecting civilians and ensuring the delivery of aid to the Palestinian enclave.

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