Tel Aviv: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assured during a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin that the war will continue until the military and administrative capacity of Hamas is destroyed.
Hamas terrorists launched an attack against Israel on the 7th. In this, more than 1,400 people died on the Israeli side. More than 2,800 people have been killed in Israeli retaliatory strikes. As Israel’s attack escalated, Russia brought a resolution to the United Nations Security Council demanding a humanitarian ceasefire there. However, countries including the United States objected to the resolution, pointing out that it did not condemn the attack by Hamas. The resolution then failed.
In this case, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on the phone with Russian President Putin. The Israeli Prime Minister’s Office reported this on its X page. “Israel has been attacked by brutal murderers. The attack will continue until the military and administrative capacity of the Hamas terrorist organization responsible for this is destroyed. In this, Israel is united and determined. The Israeli army will not rest until the destruction of Hamas terrorists,” it said.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has confirmed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Netanyahu, “and described the measures Russia is taking to prevent the escalation of violence between Israel and Gaza. President Putin highlighted the crisis caused by the attack between the two sides. During this conversation, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu , was very specific in conveying the key details of his talks with the leaders of Egypt, Iran, Syria and Palestine, during which President Putin expressed his deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims in Israel.
He also emphasized on the need to prevent further incidents of violence and to take measures on humanitarian basis. “President Vladimir Putin explained that both sides must work politically and diplomatically to find a permanent solution to this problem,” it said. – Tensions on Israel’s border have increased.