India has released its statement on the ongoing war between Palestine and Israel for the past several days. In a meeting of the United Nations Security Council condemning the violence, India broke the silence and appealed to both sides to end the war and maintain peace. India's permanent representative at the United Nations, T S Tirumurti, said that we appeal to both countries not to change the status quo unilaterally, both should maintain peace.
Gaza, which began in East Jerusalem and is expected to spread to other parts of the west coast. Time demands that this fight should stop immediately or else the situation will get out of hand.
Significantly, the United Nations Security Council held an open meeting on the ongoing situation in the Middle East on Sunday. India's permanent representative at the United Nations, TS Tirumurthy, said the violence that began in East Jerusalem last week poses a threat to go out of control. "We appeal to both sides to show extreme restraint, avoid tense escalation and avoid unilaterally changing the current status quo in East Jerusalem and its surroundings." He said.
India's permanent ambassador to the United Nations, TS Tirumurti, has also feared violence in the West Bank due to the Israeli-Hamas conflict. There is a possibility of an outbreak in Gaza and other parts of the west coast. Time demands that this fight should stop immediately or else the situation will get out of hand.
India, while speaking at the United Nations, strongly condemned the attacks on Israeli residential areas from the Gaza Strip. TS Tirumurthy said that several people have died in the attacks on behalf of Gaza, including an Indian woman Soumya Santhosh. TS Tirumurthy further said that we express our condolences to all those who lost their lives in this violence, including the Indian woman and hope that this bloody game will now stop.