An international conference to help Gaza in Paris, with the participation of the Palestinian Authority and without Israel An international conference to help Gaza in Paris, with the participation of the Palestinian Authority and without Israel

An international conference to help Gaza in Paris, with the participation of the Palestinian Authority and without Israel

An international conference to help Gaza in Paris, with the participation of the Palestinian Authority and without Israel

Nicolas de Rivière, France's representative to the United Nations, said that the humanitarian conference in Paris on November 9 aims to find ways to transfer the necessary resources to Gaza and ensure the arrival of humanitarian aid to the Strip. 

Speaking to reporters yesterday, the French Permanent Representative added: “The conference agenda includes, first, coordinating aid and ensuring the arrival of [humanitarian aid], and second, finding large amounts of resources for Gaza, which is in dire need of them.”

The French diplomat indicated that representatives of the United Nations and regional players will participate in the meeting.

He said: "This humanitarian conference will be attended by the Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, Philippe Lazzarini, and the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations for Humanitarian Affairs, Martin Griffiths. It will also be attended by the Prime Minister of Palestine, Muhammad Shtayyeh."

At the same time, the permanent representatives of the UAE and the United States to the United Nations announced that these two countries would send their representatives to the conference in Paris.

On November 3, French President Emmanuel Macron announced that a conference on the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip would be held in Paris on November 9.

Reuters, citing diplomats, reported that the conference will be held with the participation of heads of state and government and foreign ministers. The main countries in the region, such as Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf states, will be invited, in addition to many Western countries, and some international organizations will also participate in the event.

The sources told the agency that the invitation was sent to the Palestinian administration, but the Israeli side was not invited. The conference will discuss the possibility of establishing a sea corridor to deliver humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.

Griffiths: 10,000 dead in Gaza in a month presents humanity with challenges

The United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffiths, said that the large number of deaths in the Gaza Strip within a month leaves the world facing a humanitarian challenge.
“10,000 people have reportedly been killed since October 7, according to the Gaza Ministry of Health,” Griffiths wrote on the “X” platform.

He added, "10,000 dead in one month leaves us facing a humanitarian challenge."

Earlier on Monday, the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced that the death toll as a result of the ongoing Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip for 31 days had risen to more than 10,000 people.

The spokesman for the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf Al-Qudra, said that the death toll in Gaza had risen to 10,022 since the start of the Israeli escalation.

Al-Qudra explained that among these ten thousand dead, 4,104 were children.

I bought dozens of candles and stored firewood, Kuliba: Ukraine is preparing for “the worst winter in history.”

Ukraine is preparing for “the worst winter in history,” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said, adding that he himself had bought the candles.

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“I bought dozens of candles,” Kuleba told Die Welt newspaper. “And my father bought a truck full of firewood.”

He added: "We are preparing for the worst winter in history. Therefore, its eyes will be closed if we do not receive the Taurus missiles, but we will receive air defense systems."

The Ukrainian minister also stressed that his country "will try to protect its electrical stations as best as possible."

The office of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky previously admitted that next winter will be more difficult than last winter. At the beginning of last October, the Ukrainian Energy Minister, Herman Galushenko, recommended that Ukrainians purchase electrical generators. He previously reported that 300 energy infrastructure facilities in Ukraine had been damaged since October 2022, adding that energy workers would not be able to repair the energy system by winter. He also complained that the West was slow in providing repair equipment.

According to UN estimates, the capacity of Ukraine's energy infrastructure, previously estimated at 37 gigawatts, has decreased by 19 gigawatts - more than half of what it was in February 2022.

Lukashenko: The ideals of the October Revolution are still vital today

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko congratulated his country's citizens on the October Revolution Day, noting that the great October Revolution remains vital and important even today.

A congratulation to Lukashenko, published by the press office of the Belarusian presidency, on Tuesday, said: “More than a hundred years have passed since the events of the Great October Revolution, and its likes are still vital and important. Today, the overwhelming majority of the world’s population seeks to achieve social justice, but many countries do not It continues to face modern forms of exploitation, oppression, cultural expansion, economic sanctions and political blackmail.

Lukashenko stated that the October Revolution opened a new page in the history of his people and became a driving force for the development of the Belarusian national state.

He expressed his confidence that Belarusians, by knowing their past, defending historical truth and respecting and increasing the achievements of previous generations, are creating a peaceful future for their children and grandchildren.

Belarus remains the only country in the territory of the former Soviet Union that, to this day, considers October Revolution Day an official holiday.

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