Foreign Ministers of Iran, Brazil Discuss Gaza Crisis and Call for Ceasefire Humanitarian Aid

In a recent development, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and his Brazilian counterpart Mauro Vieira held a phone conversation to discuss the ongoing situation in Gaza and the aggressive actions carried out by the Israeli regime on the besieged enclave.

Iran (IMNA) - During the call, Amir-Abdollahian commended the Brazilian government for their efforts in proposing a draft resolution to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) aimed at resolving the conflict in Gaza. He reiterated the urgent need for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and emphasized the importance of providing humanitarian aid to the besieged enclave. Furthermore, he expressed gratitude to Brasília for their dispatch of humanitarian assistance to the war-torn Gaza.

Vieira, on his part, praised Iran's constructive role in promoting peace and security both regionally and globally. He also called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, highlighting the necessity of sending aid to the people of Gaza and ensuring the safe withdrawal of foreign nationals from the area.

It is worth noting that the Israeli army has escalated its air and ground attacks on the Gaza Strip since the surprise attack by the Palestinian Resistance movement Hamas on October 7th. Official figures indicate that these attacks have resulted in the tragic loss of life, with at least 9,227 Palestinians, predominantly children and women, being killed. Additionally, approximately 1,500 Israeli soldiers and settlers have also lost their lives.

The situation in Gaza is further compounded by the Israeli regime's siege, which has led to a scarcity of basic supplies for the 2.3 million residents. The widespread casualties and displacements have worsened the humanitarian crisis in the region.

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