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United Nations expressed concern over the long Israel-Gaza conflict, know what it said?

United Nations. The United Nations said on Sunday that the Israel and Gaza conflict could remain a major cause of concern even in 2024. This information was given in a statement issued today from the New York headquarters of the United Nations. Hailing the Security Council’s December 22 resolution as “a step in the right direction”, the United Nations has urged increased aid delivery to the beleaguered Gaza Strip in a resolution. Despite diplomatic progress, the United Nations described the dire conditions facing the civilian population in Gaza and the West Bank as “disappointing”.

Expressing deep concern, the global body has entrusted the newly appointed UN Senior Humanitarian Coordinator for Gaza, Sigrid Kaag, with the immediate responsibility of monitoring aid flows and leading post-conflict reconstruction efforts in the region. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed grave fears about the possible “further spread” of unrest in Gaza.

Commenting at a December 29 Security Council meeting on increasing violence between Israeli settlers and Palestinians in Gaza and the occupied West Bank, Guterres called for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza. He urged the unconditional release of prisoners and urged the international community to exert influence on the parties concerned to stop the conflict in the two provinces.

Emphasizing the urgency of the matter, Guterres said, “The longer the conflict in Gaza continues, the greater the risk of a broader regional conflict.” The Secretary-General’s spokesman, Stéphane Dujarric, also expressed concern at the increasing violence in the occupied West Bank at a New York press conference. He has spoken on issues such as increased operations by Israeli security forces, increase in deaths, settler violence and attacks on Israelis by Palestinians.

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