The UN Security Council approves for the first time a call for a ceasefire in Gaza

The UN Security Council approves for the first time a call for a ceasefire in Gaza

United Nations – He UN Security Council approved this Monday, for the first time and after four previous failed attempts, a resolution unequivocally calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza war, which has caused the death of 32,000 people in less than six months.

The resolution was approved by 14 votes in favor and one abstention, that of the United States, and when approved it elicited applause from the room, something that rarely happens.

In it, the Council “calls for an immediate ceasefire during the month of Ramadan (which ends on April 9) leading to a lasting ceasefire”, while calling for – but not binding – “the immediate release and unconditional of all hostages” in the hands of Hamas.

It also underlines “the urgent need to expand the flow of humanitarian assistance and strengthen the protection of civilians in the Gaza Strip,” and calls on Israel (which it does not name) to “lift all barriers to this humanitarian aid.”

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