It shouldn’t have happened. After criticism, Israel acknowledged the mistake in the intervention of the humanitarian convoy

It shouldn’t have happened. After criticism, Israel acknowledged the mistake in the intervention of the humanitarian convoy
It shouldn’t have happened. After criticism, Israel acknowledged the mistake in the intervention of the humanitarian convoy
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It was a mistake that followed a poor identification at night, during a wolf hunt, under very difficult circumstances. It couldn’t happen, Halevi declared without further details.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the attack was tragic and senseless, and the Israeli army said the circumstances did not depend on the circumstances.

Citizens of Australia, Britain, and Poland, as well as Palestinians and a hunter with citizens of the United States and Canada, were killed when they attacked the convoy of the World Central Kitchen (WCK) charity organization.

According to WCK, the convoy was hit when it left the warehouse in Deir Balah, where it unloaded more than 100 tons of humanitarian food aid transported to the Gaza Strip by sea.

Israel has been criticized by several countries

Dismissed and condemned by politicians of many countries, including the USA, Britain and Australia.

The tragedy is that this is not an isolated incident. This conflict is the worst in recent history with the killing of humanitarian workers, US President Joe Biden said in a statement.

He thus joined the ranks of politicians who condemned the Israeli army for killing a worker of the WCK charity organization. According to the AP agency, he voted no on his two critical words about Israel, for whom Washington is a key ally. According to the Holy House, the incident is a tragedy that Israel must quickly investigate and draw responsibility and make public.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak called on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the deaths of humanitarian workers in the Gaza Strip.

According to Downing Street, Sunak told Netanyahu that he was aware of the public (Monday) killing of humanitarian workers, including three British soldiers, during an airstrike in the Gaza Strip, and demanded a thorough and transparent independent investigation of what happened.

According to the British Prime Minister, he said that many humanitarian workers and other civilians lost their lives in the Gaza Strip and that the situation was more unbearable.

The article is in Czech

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