Israel-Hamas War: 'A large number of civilians are dying in the war', India expressed deep concern in the United Nations
Israel-Hamas War India has expressed concern in the United Nations Security Council regarding the ongoing war between Israel and Palestine. India's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador R Ravindra said India is deeply concerned about the deteriorating security situation and large-scale civilian deaths in the ongoing conflict.
India has expressed concern over the deteriorating security situation in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. India's Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador R Ravindra has expressed deep concern over the Israel-Hamas war in the UN Security Council and urged to find a solution to the war through dialogue. Ambassador R Ravindra's comments came at the UN Security Council meeting on the situation in the Middle East on Tuesday.
Ambassador R Ravindra said, “India is deeply concerned by the deteriorating security situation and the large-scale loss of civilian lives in the ongoing conflict and the growing humanitarian crisis accompanying this war is equally worrying. He further said that the escalating hostilities in the region have worsened the grave humanitarian situation and once again underlined the fragile state of the ceasefire.
Killing of civilians in ongoing conflict is a matter of grave concern
R Ravindra said, “Civilian casualties in the ongoing conflict are a matter of serious and continuing concern. All parties must protect civilians, especially women and children. There is a need to talk about the unfolding humanitarian crisis.
India urged all parties to work towards resumption of direct dialogue, including creating necessary conditions for peace, reducing tensions and avoiding violence.
India appealed for peace
Ravindra said, “The current tension has underlined the need to immediately resume direct and credible negotiations between Israel and Palestine. Every possible effort should be made to create favorable conditions for resuming these talks.”
Ravindra said that in view of Israel's legitimate security concerns, India has always supported a negotiated 'two-state solution' to the Israel-Palestine issue, leading to the establishment of Palestine as a sovereign, independent and viable state. Who can live in peace with Israel within secure and recognized borders.