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UN Chief Expresses Concern Over Israeli Siege on Gaza amid Ongoing Conflict

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In a recent statement, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed deep concern over Israel’s decision to impose a total siege on the Gaza Strip following an assault by Hamas. He emphasized the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza even before the recent hostilities, stating, “The humanitarian situation in Gaza was extremely dire before these hostilities.” Guterres went on to express his worries, saying, “Now it will only deteriorate exponentially.”

This development comes amid the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict, with the UN chief highlighting the critical need for immediate attention to address the worsening humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Guterres’ concerns underscore the urgency of finding a peaceful resolution to the conflict and providing much-needed aid and support to the people affected by the situation.

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