Messages from the United Nations and the European Council at the Cairo Peace Summit

The "2023 Cairo International Peace Summit" convened by Egypt addresses the escalating conflict between Israel and Palestinian resistance factions in the Gaza Strip, along with the future of the Palestinian cause and the peace process, with broad international participation.

During the summit, UN Secretary-General António Guterres called for an immediate cessation of hostilities. Additionally, the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, emphasized the necessity of supporting Egypt's efforts to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Key Messages from the UN Secretary-General:

1. "I witnessed the suffering of Gaza's residents at the Rafah crossing, and hundreds of aid trucks in Egypt that must be allowed entry."

2. "Civilians must be protected, and hospitals, schools, UN facilities, and shelters should not be targeted."

3. "I urge an immediate cessation of hostilities in Gaza."

Key Messages from the President of the European Council:

1. "Article three of the European Union stipulates the imperative to safeguard the rights of civilians, especially children."

2. "We must mobilize all mediation efforts to halt this conflict and protect civilians."

3. "We must ensure the rights of Gaza's population to water, medicine, and food, and support Egypt's endeavors to deliver humanitarian aid."

4. "Every effort must be made for a sustainable solution, which is the two-state solution."

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