Sunak says too many civilian lives misplaced as he requires ‘sustainable’ Gaza ceasefire | EUROtoday

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Rishi Sunak has referred to as for a “sustainable ceasefire” within the Israel-Hamas warfare as he mentioned “too many civilian lives have been lost”.

The Prime Minister mentioned throughout a go to to Scotland this morning that “nobody wants to see this conflict go on a day longer than it has to”.

The Government’s place on the battle appeared to shift on the weekend as Lord Cameron, the Foreign Secretary, mentioned in an article for The Sunday Times that he supported a ceasefire “but only if it is sustainable”.

That stopped in need of calling for a direct ceasefire however represented a step ahead from the previous place of calling for humanitarian pauses within the combating.

Mr Sunak mentioned this morning: “Israel obviously has a right to defend itself against what was an appalling terrorist attack perpetrated by Hamas, but it must do that in accordance with humanitarian law.

“It’s clear that too many civilian lives have been lost and nobody wants to see this conflict go on a day longer than it has to.

“And that’s why we’ve been consistent – and I made this point in Parliament last week – in calling for a sustainable ceasefire, whereby hostages are released, rockets stop being fired into Israel by Hamas and we continue to get more aid in.”

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