Guterres Declines to Comment on Israel's Call for His Resignation

Stéphane Dujarric, the spokesperson for the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, affirmed that the Secretary-General has no intention to comment on Israel's call for him to resign from his position.

During a press conference on Wednesday, Dujarric stated, "Guterres will not comment on a call from a single member state to resign," according to the Novosti news agency.

Guterres had previously stated during a session of the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday that the attacks by the "Palestinian resistance" on Israel "did not occur in a vacuum," highlighting that the Palestinian people have been under occupation for 56 years.

In response, the Israeli delegate, Gilad Erdan, accused Guterres of "justifying terrorism" and called on him to resign from his post.

Later, Guterres expressed being "shocked by the misinterpretation" of his statements, clarifying that he was not justifying the actions of the "Palestinian resistance" and emphasizing that this interpretation is incorrect.

Erdan reiterated his call for Guterres to resign from his position as the Secretary-General of the United Nations following this clarification.

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