PM Modi spoke to UAE President, expressed concern over humanitarian situation amid Israel-Hamas war

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PM Modi spoke to UAE President, expressed concern over humanitarian situation amid Israel-Hamas war

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

PM Modi Taks UAE President: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on phone to UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan on Friday. During this, the escalating situation and loss of civilian lives amid the Israel-Hamas war was discussed. In the talks, the two leaders agreed on the need for an early resolution of the security and humanitarian situation in the region after Hamas launched attacks on Israel. Let us tell you that since October 7, there is a war going on between the two sides. Till now thousands of people have been killed in this war.

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PM Modi, while sharing information about his conversation with the UAE President on social media platform We share deep concern over terrorism, the deteriorating security situation and the loss of civilian lives. We agree on the need for prompt resolution of the security and humanitarian situation and that a durable regional peace, security and stability is in everyone’s interest.

Let us tell you that earlier, with the beginning of a ground operation by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) amid the ongoing air strike on Hamas in Gaza, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had talked to Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi on the terrorist attack. It is noteworthy that Hamas’s deadly attack on southern Israel on October 7 was a terrorist attack in the eyes of many countries of the world. The global effort continues to deliver humanitarian aid to Gazans devastated by the attack and war.

India had sent humanitarian aid

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, humanitarian aid sent by India for the people of Palestine reached Egypt early last month. Indian Ambassador to Egypt Ajit Gupte had handed over relief material to the Egyptian Red Crescent for onward transmission to Palestine. If sources are to be believed, India is in favor of a two-nation solution regarding Israel and Palestine. India’s stance is that Palestine should be an independent and sovereign nation within the recognized border with Israel and that peace should prevail between the two sides.

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