“I’m happy to be here. I thought it was very important to come here personally to bring the solidarity of the Italian government and the Italian people, and to tell you that from the pictures we saw, what happened is unbelievable for us.” Two weeks ago. They are showing something more than just a war, they are showing a desire to erase the Jews from this region and that is an act of anti-Semitism. And we have to fight it, today as yesterday,” said Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni while addressing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after the meeting in Tel Aviv.
“We defend Israel’s right to exist, and defend the security of its citizens. We fully understand that it is an act of terrorism that must be fought. We believe and believe that you are capable of doing this in the best possible way, because we are different from these terrorists.” This was stated by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni while addressing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after the meeting in Tel Aviv.
“We must defeat this barbarism: it is a battle between the forces of civilization and the barbaric monsters who have killed, maimed, raped, beheaded and burned innocents. This is a test, a test of civilization. We will prevail.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said this to Georgia Meloni in their meeting in Tel Aviv, thanking her for “coming in these dark times.” He concluded: “We expect all countries that fought ISIS to fight Hamas.”
“After participating in the Cairo Peace Summit, Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni headed to Israel to carry a message of solidarity and rapprochement with Italy after the tragic terrorist attack launched by Hamas against defenseless civilians last October 7.” This was stated in a note from Palazzo Chigi. “The conversation with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was an opportunity to get a situation update and assess the situation in light of the Cairo Conference – as described -. The Prime Minister, in emphasizing Israel’s full right to defend itself in accordance with the… He stressed the importance of ensuring humanitarian access to Gaza and the prospects for Peace in the region.
“The impression I get from the way the attack occurred” is that Hamas’ goal “was to force Israel into a response against Gaza that would create an unbridgeable gap between the Arab countries, Israel and the West, endangering peace and security.” All concerned citizens, including those who say they want to defend them,” Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni said at the peace summit in Cairo. “The goal is for all of us, and it would be very stupid to fall into this trap,” he added.
For Meloni, “The horrific attack launched by Hamas struck defenseless civilians with unprecedented brutality, which left us in a state of shock, and it is right from our point of view to condemn it without ambiguity.” He continued: “It is in the interest of all the leaders sitting at this table – that what is happening in Gaza does not turn into a broader conflict, into a war of religion, and a war of civilization, which makes the efforts of recent years to normalize relations in vain.” He added: “We are very concerned about the fate of the hostages, and there are also Italians, and we demand the immediate release of the hostages.”
A bilateral meeting was held between Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and Palestinian President Abu Mazen on the sidelines of the peace summit in Cairo. In conclusion, the Prime Minister met with the press and stressed that “above all, A Dialogue work between Western countries and Arab countries“We defend Israel’s right to exist and defend itself. In those images of Hamas attacks, there was anti-Semitism that comes long before the Israeli-Palestinian issue. He continued: “We must give a clear timetable, otherwise we risk reaching a temporary solution, and if a structural solution is not reached, it becomes a periodic problem.” Leaders must be there in these moments. actually Opening the Rafah crossing has a tangible result. Baby steps, baby steps.”
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni arrived at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, and was received by the Italian Ambassador to Israel, Sergio Barbanti.
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“We must do the impossible to avoid escalation of the crisis, to avoid losing control of this crisis, because the consequences will be unimaginable. The most serious way to do this is a political initiative for a structural solution based on the perspective of ‘for two peoples and two states, a solution that must be concrete and must have A specific timetable,” the Prime Minister concluded by emphasizing that “when faced with actions,” such as those carried out by Hamas, “a state has the right to demand its full rights, the right to defense, the existence, and the security of its citizens and borders. But the state’s reaction cannot, and does not “It should never be driven by feelings of revenge.”
“We are facing an unprecedented crisis that requires our full attention. That is why I have called on you to work together on a new roadmap that will put an end to the humanitarian crisis.” he said that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi Addressing leaders at the opening of the International Peace Summit in Cairo. Al-Sisi stressed the need to “hold negotiations that pave the way for a two-state solution.”
He added: “We condemn in the strongest terms the targeting, killing or intimidation of all civilians. We renew our rejection of the forced displacement of Palestinians.” Whoever believes that the Palestinian people want to leave their land is mistaken.”
As for the Egyptian President, “We need to prevent the spread of the conflict that could endanger the stability of the region, and to resume the peace process. We need to return to the negotiating table for a ceasefire and implement the two-state solution.” Which coexist peacefully side by side, in accordance with international law.”
He added: “The Egyptians, one after another, are against the idea of liquidating the Palestinian issue, and this will never happen at Egypt’s expense – and he added – This region is destined to live in conflict forever? Isn’t this the right time to find a solution?”
Palestinian President Abu Mazen He repeated: “We will never leave our land,” and stressed, “We want to announce that we are against and denounce the killing of civilians on both sides and call for the release of hostages on both sides.” He added, “The Palestinians are facing aggression and hostility from the Israeli army, which violates the principles of international law and targets hospitals, schools, civilian shelter centers, and homes. We denounce the danger of evacuating civilians from homes from the West.” The West Bank and Jerusalem will never accept that. We have called from day one to stop this barbaric aggression and open humanitarian corridors to allow aid to enter the Gaza Strip, but the Israeli government did not allow this. “
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres She stated that in Rafah, “I noticed a humanitarian catastrophe. Behind the border there are two million people, including children, in need of assistance. I am grateful to Egypt for the role it played and I appeal for a humanitarian truce.” He then stressed that “Palestinian rights are legitimate” and that there is a need for a “two-state solution.”
“It is time to put an end to this nightmare that threatens children,” Guterres added. “The people of the Gaza Strip must do more to provide humanitarian aid. It is necessary to implement international law and avoid attacks on civilians, schools and hospitals.”
The two-state formula also received support from King Abdullah II of Jordan: “What Israel is doing in Gaza are war crimes, and the only solution is to recognize Palestine as its land. Attacking churches and killing civilians in Gaza and the West Bank is collective punishment and a war crime. So how about the siege imposed by hunger on civilians and depriving them of basic necessities such as internal transportation? Or external to the Palestinians, moreover, it gives the idea that the application of international laws is optional, and finally, we allude to the danger of sectarian war, and the only solution is to recognize Palestine as a territory belonging to it in accordance with international laws.”
Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni is also participating in the Cairo summit, as she arrived in Egypt this morning, and was received at the airport by the Italian Ambassador to Egypt, Michele Corone, and Egyptian Trade Minister Hazem El-Beblawi.
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