Jerusalem: Benjamin Netanyahu Akutana na Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje wa Marekani Antony Blinken

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JF-Expert Member
Mar 8, 2020
Waziri Mkuu wa Israel Mheshimiwa Benjamin Netanyau amekutana kwa mazungumzo na Waziri wa Masuala ya Kigeni wa Marekani Antony Blinken.

Katika mazungumzo hayo yaliyofanyika Ofisini kwa Waziri Mkuu leo Mei 25, 2021 Benjamin Netsnyau alimshukuru Bwana Blinken na Rais Joe Biden kwa kuendelea kuiunga mkono nchi yake.

Bwana Netanyau alisisitiza haki ya Taifa lake kujilinda dhidi ya Tawala ovu zilizokusudia kumiliki silaha za maangamizi kwa lengo la kuiteketeza Israel.



U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem to consolidate the newly reached ceasefire agreement to end the clash that has caused hundreds of casualties in the region.

An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire agreement between Israel and Palestine's Hamas came into effect early on Friday at 2 a.m. Palestinian time. Blinken's Middle East visit, which chooses Israel as the first stop, aims to consolidate the ceasefire.

"We know that to prevent a return to violence, we have to use the space created to address a larger set of underlying issues and challenges," Blinken said.

"And that begins with tackling the grave humanitarian situation in Gaza and starting to rebuild."

He said the U.S. would work to rally international support around that effort and make its own "significant contributions," which would be announced later in the day.

"We will work with our partners, closely with all to ensure that Hamas does not benefit from the reconstruction assistance," Blinken said.

The U.S. secretary of state also made it clear that the U.S. intended to ensure that Hamas, which it regards as a terrorist organization, did not benefit from the humanitarian aid.

In tandem with Blinken's mission, the Israeli authorities have said they are allowing fuel, medicine and food earmarked for Gaza's private sector to enter the territory for the first time since cross-border hostilities started on May 10.

The Israeli leader also said the country would launch a "very powerful response" if Hamas renewed cross-border rocket strikes during the joint press conference after the meeting.

Blinken is also due to visit Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, Cairo and Amman on his four-day visit, which began on Monday.

China, which holds the rotating presidency of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for May, on Saturday highlighted the UNSC members' call for urgent and complete restoration of calm in Gaza, Zhang Jun, China's permanent representative to the UN, said at the meeting.

Reiterating the importance of achieving comprehensive peace between the two states, Zhang said the council called for full adherence to the ceasefire and immediate humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian civilian population.

As a broker between the two sides, Egypt has been showing great support to the Palestinian people besieged on the Gaza Strip.
Egyptian Red Crescent was the first to transport humanitarian supplies by truck through the Rafah passage – the only gateway open to the international community – to the Gaza Strip. Also, on Tuesday, Cairo vowed to allocate $500 million for the reconstruction of Gaza.

The 11-day clash, the worst since 2014, has left at least 240 Palestinians dead and 1,910 others injured. Twelve Israelis have been killed and 300 others wounded.

Source: CGTN (With input from Xinhua, Reuters)


JF-Expert Member
Jul 27, 2012
Netanyahu akiongeea kiingereza ni cha kimarekani kabisa, amekaa huko ni kama mmarekani.

Marekani na Israel ni 'inseparable'.

Kama hujui zaidi ya asilimia 90% ya administration ya Biden ni Jews. Hata huyo blinken.

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