The US wants to back the Gaza project with a UN resolution

UN rejects President Joe Biden’s plan for deal to end Gaza war The US wants the support of the Security Council. Yesterday, Israel’s most important ally introduced a resolution to that effect.

The G-7 group demonstrably supported the peace plan that Israel allegedly agreed to. However, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reaction cast doubt on whether a deal would be reached.

“The claim that we agreed to a cease-fire without our conditions being met is not correct,” Netanyahu said yesterday of Biden’s move, his office said. A senior Israeli official told NBC News that Biden “doesn’t accurately represent” Israel’s plan.

Biden, however, sees it as “the best chance for a deal” in the deadlocked negotiations. In a telephone conversation with Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, the White House said the US president reaffirmed Israel’s willingness to accept the terms currently being offered to the terrorist organization Hamas.

Netanyahu insists on conditions for deals

However, Netanyahu made clear on Saturday that Israel’s conditions for ending the war had not changed: the destruction of Hamas and the release of all hostages. According to Israeli reports, four hostages kidnapped by Hamas were killed in captivity.

Israeli military spokesman Daniel Hagari said yesterday that the four died several months ago in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip. The exact circumstances are initially unclear. Many of the 124 hostages still held in Gaza are feared dead.

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