Arab League Chief Expresses His Regret at Security Council Failure to Reach Decision on Gaza

The Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, expressed his regret at the failure of the UN Security Council to vote in favor of two resolutions on the situation in Gaza, stressing that this failure reflects the lack of a real international will to put an end to the military operation carried out by the Israeli occupation in the Gaza Strip despite its flagrant violation of international humanitarian law by targeting civilians.

Aboul Gheit said in a statement today: “The failure to reach a resolution in the Security Council puts a big question mark over its credibility and ability to carry out its main mission in maintaining international peace and security, especially since the call for an immediate ceasefire represented the main reason behind the failure to adopt the two resolutions.”

The spokesman for the Arab League secretary-general explained that Aboul Gheit participated two days ago in the discussion held in the Security Council with a speech that reflected the Arab position calling for an immediate ceasefire, finding a rapid and sustainable mechanism to deliver humanitarian aid to the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, and rejecting the forced displacement of the population.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

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