Several officials from across the world are sharing their concerns over “Israel’s” ongoing aggression on Gaza, calling for an immediate ceasefire.
Venezuelan President Nicola Maduro posted on X on Saturday stressing that the world is calling for an “immediate and unconditional ceasefire in Gaza, with 120 votes in favor in the UN General Assembly,” adding that the genocide in Gaza “must end”.
Maduro’s remarks are part of a series of statements by officials calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
In another post on X, the Colombian President, Gustavo Petro, stressed that “humanity today facing genocide,” adding that “with the complete blackout of power and internet, the massacre breaks out in Gaza.”
Furthermore, Spain’s acting social rights minister, Ione Belarra, said on Friday that “Israel is seeking more impunity to commit the worst atrocities” by completely cutting off Gaza’s communications with the world.
Belarra’s remarks came after the Israeli occupation army announced that its ground forces would expand their activities in the Gaza Strip during the night, indicating that a ground invasion may have begun.
“Israel has cut off all communications in the Gaza Strip. The objective is clear; they want even more impunity to commit the worst atrocities,” Belarra wrote in English on X.