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UN Security Council adopts resolution demanding immediate ceasefire in Gaza


New York (US), March 25 (ANI): The United Nations Security Council on Monday approved the resolution calling for an “immediate ceasefire” in Gaza and the “unconditional” release of all hostages detained by Hamas following the October 7 attack on Israel. , declared United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

He said the resolution must be implemented and any reduction in its imposition would be “unforgivable”. “The Security Council has just approved a long-awaited resolution on Gaza, demanding an immediate ceasefire and the immediate and unconditional release of all hostages. “The resolution must be implemented. Failure would be unforgivable,” António Guterres posted on X.

The draft resolution was presented by 12 non-permanent members of the international forum, including Algeria, Guyana, Ecuador, Japan, Malta, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Slovenia, South Korea and Switzerland , Al Jazeera reported.

The draft resolution demanding a ceasefire was presented by Mozambique’s ambassador to the UN, Pedro Comissario Afonso, who said: “We express our deep gratitude to all members of this council for their efforts and their contributions on this draft resolution and to put an end to the catastrophic situation in “The situation in Gaza is a matter of serious concern for the entire international community; indeed, the escalation of the conflict in the Gaza Strip and its catastrophic consequences constitute a clear threat to international peace and security,” he added. .

Al Jazeera reported that the resolution was adopted after permanent members Russia and China vetoed a US draft resolution on Friday for failing to call for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire. The resolution was again presented by the non-permanent countries of the body calling for an immediate ceasefire. (ANI)


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