Chile joins South Africa against Israel at the International Court of Justice and calls for a firm response Chile joins South Africa against Israel at the International Court of Justice and calls for a firm response

Chile joins South Africa against Israel at the International Court of Justice and calls for a firm response

Chile joins South Africa against Israel at the International Court of Justice and calls for a firm response
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Chile announced its intention to join the Republic of South Africa in its lawsuit against Israel before the International Court of Justice, which demands the application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip.

Chilean President Gabriel Buric said in a speech he delivered before his country's Congress, yesterday evening, Saturday, that his country decided to support and join the lawsuit filed by South Africa before the International Court of Justice within the framework of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. In his speech, he spoke about the catastrophic humanitarian situation in Gaza, calling for a firm response from the international community.

Last December, South Africa filed a lawsuit with the International Court of Justice against Israel, accusing it of “committing genocide” in Gaza.

Last January, the court ordered Israel to do everything in its power to prevent any act of genocide and allow humanitarian aid to enter the Gaza Strip. On May 24, it again ordered it to stop its military attack “immediately” in Rafah (southern Gaza Strip). But it has not yet decided on the essence of the case (violation of the United Nations Convention on the Prevention of Genocide concluded in 1948).

The Chilean government condemned the recent Israeli attack on a camp for displaced people in Rafah, which also caused a fire and left 45 martyrs, according to the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip.

On several occasions, President Gabriel Buric, whose country has recognized the State of Palestine since 2011, considered that the war in Gaza has “no justification” and is “simply unacceptable.”

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