For the third time Washington uses its veto against a draft ceasefire resolution in Gaza For the third time Washington uses its veto against a draft ceasefire resolution in Gaza

For the third time Washington uses its veto against a draft ceasefire resolution in Gaza

For the third time Washington uses its veto against a draft ceasefire resolution in Gaza

The United States on Tuesday used its veto power against a draft UN Security Council resolution calling for an “immediate” ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, for the third time since the start of the Israeli aggression on the Strip on October 7.

Today, Tuesday, the United States once again used its veto power against a draft resolution in the UN Security Council regarding the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, which obstructed the demand for an immediate ceasefire for humanitarian reasons.

The draft resolution, which calls for “an immediate humanitarian ceasefire that should be respected by all parties,” received the support of 13 members of the Security Council, against the objection of one member and the abstention of another member, the British representative, from voting.

The US Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, told the Security Council that the resolution proposed by Algeria would negatively affect the sensitive negotiations ongoing in the region.

“Going ahead with today’s vote was wishful thinking and irresponsible, so while we cannot support a resolution that would jeopardize sensitive negotiations, we look forward to participating in a text that we believe will address many of the concerns we all share,” Greenfield said after the vote.

Earlier, an American official told CNN that the immediate ceasefire proposed in Algeria’s decision would harm the ongoing negotiations with Egypt and Qatar, which the source said the administration of US President Joe Biden believes would be more effective in removing the prisoners from Gaza, according to the source. His expression.

The Algerian delegate to the Security Council, whose country submitted the draft resolution, stressed that silence is not an option, and the UN Security Council must take a position in favor of the truth and against murder and hatred.

Algeria's delegate to the Security Council explained that voting in favor of the draft resolution represents support for the Palestinians' right to life, and that voting against it implies support for brutal violence and collective punishment of Palestinians.


Hamas, responding to the US veto: Washington is a partner in the extermination of children and civilians

Hamas condemned in the strongest terms the administration of US President Joe Biden's veto against the Algerian draft resolution in the Security Council, demanding an immediate ceasefire for humanitarian reasons and rejecting forced displacement.

An American veto in the Security Council against an Algerian draft resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire in Gaza
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The movement considered in a statement on Tuesday that "the failure of this resolution is a disruption of international will, and serves the agenda of the Nazi occupation aimed at killing and displacing our Palestinian people."

She said that the US President and his administration bear direct responsibility for obstructing the issuance of a decision to stop the aggression against Gaza.

She explained, "The American position represents a green light for the occupation to commit more massacres, killing our defenseless people by bombing and starvation, and a direct partnership in the war of extermination that it is committing against children and defenseless civilians in the Gaza Strip."

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