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UK PM Sunak talks to Egyptian President over Humanitarian corridor for Gaza

Britain’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak data a video message in regards to the state of affairs in Israel at Chequers, the official nation residence of the Prime Minister, close to Aylesbury, Britain, Oct 8, 2023. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett/Pool/File Photograph

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak spoke to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Thursday, to acknowledge the difficult safety state of affairs on the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and Gaza, Sunak’s workplace stated.

“He (Sunak) offered the UK’s support to try to manage this situation and keep the route open for humanitarian and consular reasons, including for British nationals,” the assertion on Thursday stated.

Earlier, In a letter to International Secretary James Cleverly on Tuesday, El-Nakla’s husband Humza Yousaf pleaded with Israel to permit for the opening of a humanitarian hall.

“I am writing regarding the horrific terrorist attacks carried out by Hamas over the weekend, as well as the escalating conflict in Israel and Gaza,” he stated in his letter.

“Too many harmless lives have already been sacrificed on account of these completely outrageous and unlawful strikes by Hamas.

“Nonetheless, males, girls, and kids who’re harmless can’t and shouldn’t be made to pay for a terrorist group’s acts. Collectively punishing defenseless civilians is inadmissible and won’t present the circumstances for regional peace.

“As a detailed buddy and ally of Israel, I, due to this fact, ask the UK Authorities to name on the federal government of Israel to make sure harmless civilians are protected and to place in place a right away ceasefire to permit the secure passage of civilians via the Rafah border.

“Furthermore, it should open a humanitarian corridor into Gaza to allow supplies, including food, fuel, water and medical supplies, for those civilians who are trapped, helpless and cannot leave.”

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