Pakistan's representative to the United Nations: The struggle of the Palestinian people against the occupation is not terrorism

Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram, said that the struggle of the Palestinian people under Israeli occupation is consistent with international law and is not considered terrorism.
He added during an open discussion in the UN Security Council on the situation in the Middle East: “Pakistan condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, but according to international law, the struggle of peoples living under occupation for self-determination and national freedom remains legitimate and cannot be considered terrorism. Pakistan strongly condemns And unequivocally the Israeli air strikes on Gaza, especially attacks on schools, residential buildings and even hospitals.”

He pointed out that as a result of the Israeli bombing, more than 5,000 Palestinian residents have been killed to date and more than 15,000 have been injured.

The representative of Pakistan stressed that Israeli attacks “on civilians and civilian infrastructure and the blockade imposed on water, food and fuel, as well as the forced displacement of populations in the occupied territories, are flagrant violations of international humanitarian law and are treated as war crimes.”

The diplomat called on both parties to the conflict for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire, and expressed his regret at the inability of the UN Security Council to issue a unified call for a truce. He stated that "some of the countries represented in this council are helping their allies who are practicing violent oppression of the residents of the occupied territories in Palestine."

 Israel is subjected to much criticism and condemnation due to its continuous bombing of civilians in the Gaza Strip, and it is also being asked to open safe corridors for humanitarian aid to arrive.

Chinese Foreign Ministry: Information about Li Changfu's dismissal was published in a timely manner

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning announced that the Chinese authorities had published information about the dismissal of Defense Minister Li Changfu in a timely manner.

Media: Li Changfu dismissed from the position of Chinese Defense Minister
In response to a press request to comment on Li Changfu's removal from office and the transparency of the Chinese government's actions, Mao Ning said at a press conference: "We published information about appointments and dismissals in a timely manner."

It recommended relying on official information about the appointment and dismissal of ministers published by Xinhua.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry did not provide any further details regarding Li Changfu's dismissal.

Yesterday, Tuesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping approved the lawmakers’ decision to dismiss Li Changfu from the position of Defense Minister. He is also no longer a member of the State Council and the Central Military Commission of China. A new head of the Chinese Ministry of Defense has not been appointed yet.
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