The Indonesian Defense Minister confirms his country's readiness to send peacekeeping forces to monitor the truce in Gaza The Indonesian Defense Minister confirms his country's readiness to send peacekeeping forces to monitor the truce in Gaza

The Indonesian Defense Minister confirms his country's readiness to send peacekeeping forces to monitor the truce in Gaza

The Indonesian Defense Minister confirms his country's readiness to send peacekeeping forces to monitor the truce in Gaza
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Indonesian Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto confirmed his country's readiness to send peacekeeping forces to monitor the Palestinian-Israeli truce.

Speaking at the Shangri-La Dialogue forum in Singapore, Subianto said: “We consider the American proposal an important and correct step in the direction in which things should go.”

He continued: "We are pleased to hear that Hamas representatives expressed a positive reaction," stressing that Indonesia is ready to do everything in its power to provide humanitarian assistance, as well as "provide large peacekeeping forces to maintain and monitor the ceasefire."

It is noteworthy that Subianto officially won the Indonesian presidential elections, and Subianto is scheduled to take office next October, succeeding current President Joko Widodo.

On Friday evening, US President Joe Biden announced a new plan proposed by Israel consisting of three stages to stop the war in the Gaza Strip.

The American President said in a speech at the White House regarding the situation in the Middle East, "The proposal includes a comprehensive ceasefire, withdrawal from Gaza, and the release of hostages."

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