Tehran (IP) - Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, arrived in Tehran on Friday morning after meeting and consulting with human rights officials in Geneva.

Iran PressIran news: According to Iran Press, Hossein Amir- Abdollahian met with officials of human rights organizations, humanitarian institutions, senior officials of the United Nations based in the Geneva office, human rights activists, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and discussed Gaza.

Amir- Abdollahian also met with his French counterpart. During these talks, he emphasized the need to stop the brutal attacks of the Zionists and the killing of children, women, civilians and residents of Gaza and the West Bank.

The Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) launched the Al-Aqsa Flood operation on the 7th of October in response to more than seven decades of occupation of Palestine and nearly two decades of siege of Gaza and imprisonment and torture of thousands of Palestinians. This operation was one of the deadliest resistance attacks against this regime.

In response to this operation, the Zionist regime has launched heavy attacks against Gaza and placed this area under a complete siege. The attacks of the Zionist regime have led to the martyrdom of more than 11 thousand Palestinians and the displacement and injury of thousands of others.


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