The President of Brazil repeatedly accuses Israel of committing "genocide" in the Gaza Strip The President of Brazil repeatedly accuses Israel of committing "genocide" in the Gaza Strip

The President of Brazil repeatedly accuses Israel of committing "genocide" in the Gaza Strip

The President of Brazil repeatedly accuses Israel of committing "genocide" in the Gaza Strip

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva insisted on accusing Israel of committing "genocide" against the Palestinians in Gaza, after he recently sparked a diplomatic crisis due to his comparison of the Israeli attack against Hamas in the Palestinian Strip to the "Jewish Holocaust."

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva confirmed that the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip are “nothing but genocide.”

Da Silva added during an event in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro that "what the Israeli government is committing against the Palestinian people is not a war, but genocide."

He continued: "Because it (Israel) kills women and children, the victims are not soldiers, but women and children who die in hospitals."

He added: "If this is not genocide, then I do not know what genocide is."

He stressed that they defend the idea of ​​establishing a “free and independent” Palestinian state in harmony with Israel, indicating that their policies in this regard are “clear.”

He also criticized the UN Security Council, which he said "does not represent anything at the present time, and cannot take any decision for peace."

He stressed that they would do everything in their power to achieve reforms in the Security Council, accusing the countries that have veto power of "not acting democratically."

In press statements from Ethiopia on Sunday, the President of Brazil likened Israel's practices in Gaza to what Nazi leader Adolf Hitler did to the Jews during World War II (1939-1945), and said: "What is happening in the Gaza Strip is not a war, it is genocide."

Since October 7, 2023, Israel has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip that has left tens of thousands of civilian victims, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe and massive destruction of infrastructure, which led to Tel Aviv being brought before the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide.” ", for the first time since its founding.



The Turkish Foreign Minister meets with the President of Venezuela as part of an official visit

Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan arrived in Venezuela as part of an official visit, during which he met with his counterpart Ivan Cel and President Nicolas Maduro.

Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan met with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in the capital, Caracas.

Fidan arrived in Venezuela on Friday, as part of an official visit, during which he met with his counterpart, Iván Gil, and President Maduro.

Through the X platform, Gil expressed his warm welcome to Minister Fidan, noting that Fidan is conducting his first tour in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.

He added: "Your visit is of utmost importance in terms of reviewing the bilateral agenda and the current international situation."

In turn, President Maduro posted pictures of his meeting with the Turkish Foreign Minister on the X platform, describing the meeting as “wonderful.”

He pointed out that they continue to strengthen the strong friendship with Türkiye, which he described as "sisterly."

The meeting was attended by Venezuelan Foreign Minister Ivan Gil and Turkish Ambassador to Caracas Aydan Karamanoglu.

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