Geneva (IP) - Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs called for immediate and strong action to fully open the Israeli-blocked Rafah passage for the import of humanitarian aid to the war-hit Gazans.

Iran PressEurope: The Iranian Foreign Minister left Tehran for Geneva yesterday, Tuesday, to pursue the issue of Palestine and the humanitarian situation going on in Gaza due to the Israeli regime's war on the strip.

Meeting with the Deputy Secretary-General of the UN in Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths on Wednesday, Iran's FM Hossein Amir-Abdollahian expressed concern about the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza and its spread out, calling on the UN to take immediate measures to stop the war. 

The Palestinian resistance forces carried out Operation Al-Aqsa Flood on the Israeli regime's forces on October 7 in response to the regime's daily crimes against the Palestinian people during 75 years of occupation of Palestine.

He referred to his meeting with Hamas leaders and Qatari officials in Doha and told Griffiths that Hamas was ready to take action for the exchange of the non-military prisoners and that as long as the Israeli regime did not stop its genocide in Gaza, the resistance group would not abandon retaliation. 

The UN's Martin Griffiths, for his part, stressed the issue of the prisoners of the war as well as a solution to the concern. 

Griffiths appreciated the Islamic Republic's efforts to prevent the spread of war in the region and stressed stronger efforts to stop the war in Gaza. 

Since October 7, the Israel regime has been hitting different parts of the Gaza Strips including the famous Palestinian Al-Mamadani Hospital in the Gaza Strip, among the other medical centers and schools it has so far hit in continuation of its 75-year crimes against the Palestinian nation.The latest figures show that the number of people martyred reached over 11,500.


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