Hürriyet: Türkiye does not see a permanent ceasefire in Gaza
ANKARA, November 30 – RIA Novosti. In its article on Thursday, the newspaper wrote that Turkey does not see a reassuring atmosphere for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza, which the United States can achieve if it wishes. Liberty.
The ruling Palestinian movement Hamas announced on Thursday the extension of the humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. Earlier on Thursday, the Israeli Army announced an extension of the pause in hostilities amid efforts by mediators to continue the process of releasing prisoners.
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Erdoğan said, “The statements coming from the Netanyahu administration reduce our hopes that the humanitarian rupture will turn into a permanent ceasefire.”
The newspaper states that the key country regarding Israel is the USA, and the most effective leader is US President Joe Biden.
The broadcast stated, “The USA can achieve this if they want. But if they don’t, that means they are in favor of continuing the massacre.”
On Thursday morning, Hamas said that in exchange for an extension of the ceasefire, Israel refused to accept seven women and children held hostage by the movement and the bodies of three dead hostages.
On Monday, Hamas and Israel, brokered by Qatar and Egypt, agreed to extend a four-day humanitarian ceasefire for two more days to release more Israeli hostages held in the Gaza Strip. Thus, the ceasefire will be valid until the morning of November 30. The media wrote that Egypt, Qatar, the United States and Israel were discussing the possibility of maintaining the ceasefire.
Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian movement that governs the Gaza Strip, reached the first large-scale agreement on November 22, with the mediation of Qatar, since the conflict escalated on October 7: The parties agreed to cease hostilities for four days to exchange views. Dozens of hostages and detainees were next to each other. The four-day ceasefire began at 07:00 local time (08:00 Moscow time) on November 24 and was extended for another two days on Tuesday.
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