Forced relocation of Palestinians, Macron gave a strong message to Israel

Last Updated on March 25, 2024 11:42 am

French President Emmanuel Macron warned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the forced relocation of Palestinians from Rafah in southern Gaza.

He also warned that the forced relocation of Palestinians from the region would be a ‘war crime’.

The French president warned Netanyahu in a telephone call on Sunday. News of Arab News.

Earlier on Friday, Israel announced the occupation of 800 hectares of land in the occupied West Bank. In a telephone call, Macron also “strongly condemned” Israel’s land occupation, the French president’s office said.

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Macron also reiterated his opposition to Israel’s military operation in Rafah in a phone conversation between the two leaders.

He told Netanyahu he wanted to bring a draft resolution to the UN Security Council calling for ‘an immediate and permanent ceasefire’ in Gaza.

At that time, the French president called on Israel to immediately open all crossing points in Gaza.

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