India Sends 38 Tons Of Humanitarian Aid To Gaza, Calls For Peace
India has taken a significant step in providing help to Gaza, which is suffering due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.
Our country’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador R. Ravindra, spoke at a UN meeting.
He mentioned that India sent 38 tons of goods to help the people in Gaza. These goods include important medicines and equipment.
India has a balanced view on the Israel-Palestine issue. It supports a two-state solution. This means both Israel and Palestine should exist as separate, secure, and peaceful states.
India thinks this is the best way to solve the long-standing issue between the two. This stance was again confirmed by Ambassador R. Ravindra at the UN.
India has shown its care for both sides involved in the conflict. After a big terror attack in Israel, India condemned it immediately. Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent his condolences and strongly denounced the terror acts.
At the same time, India expressed sorrow over the loss of lives at the Al Hali hospital in Gaza. Hundreds were killed and thousands were hurt there. India sent its heartfelt feelings to the victims’ families.
India is asking for quick action to find peace. The current conflicts has only made things worse, especially for ordinary people caught in it.
Ambassador R. Ravindra said there should be direct talks between Israel and Palestine to find a lasting solution. He welcomes all steps that aim to bring back normal life in the region.
India is actively helping Gaza, which is facing tough times due to fights between Israel and Hamas. India is really worried about the bad security situation and the loss of many innocent lives in the ongoing fight.
Our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has also shown sadness for the lives lost in the conflict. He also sent good wishes to the families of the victims.
India stands with Israel, especially after recent terror attacks there. At the same time, India is also concerned about the people of Gaza.
India officially stated that it want both Israel and Palestine to exist peacefully as separate states. This is known as a two-state solution. India also helps Palestine in many ways like health and education through special partnerships.
India is doing its best to help people and bring peace. India will keep sending aid to help people in Palestine during these hard times.