German foreign minister calls for more humanitarian aid for Gaza

Israel carries out a massacre bombing a densely populated neighbourhood with missiles in Jabalia refugee camp, murdering dozens of innocent Palestinian civilians, including children and women. [Photo: X/ Quds News Network]

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock on Sunday visited the Middle East, citing insufficient aid reaching Gaza and urging the Israeli government to open border crossings for more aid. She stressed the urgency of the situation, noting the presence of aid crates awaiting delivery at Gaza’s border.

Baerbock, who has visited the region six times since genocide started in Gaza, reiterated her commitment to finding a solution. She emphasised the limitations of military action in international humanitarian law and advocated for a humanitarian ceasefire to address the ongoing genocide.

More than 32,000 Palestinians have been killed in ongoing genocide in Gaza that started on October 7, 2023, when Hamas forces retaliated to decades-long occupational crimes committed by Israel.

The Foreign Minister highlighted her focus on discussing the political landscape during her trip, underscoring the importance of a two-state solution and a reformed Palestinian Authority for ensuring security and dignity for all involved.

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