Tunisia, China and Norway Call for Open Security Council Meeting Over Latest Developments in Palestine

Tunis/Tunisia — Tunisia, China and Norway called Thursday for an open Security Council meeting over the latest developments in the occupied territories.

The new request was endorsed by France, Ireland, Estonia, Vietnam, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the UK, Diplomatic Attaché at the Presidency of the Republic Walid Hajjem told TAP on Friday. The meeting is set for Sunday.

The request follows six days of armed clashes between the Palestinian resistance and Israeli occupation forces.

The Palestinian health ministry said the death toll rose to 109, including 28 children and 15 women.


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