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Every Country Must Respect International Law, Humanitarian Law: India in UN

The war between Israel and Hamas started on October 7 last year. According to Gaza's Health Ministry, more than 30 thousand people have been killed in the war. 

At the same time, more than 70,000 people have been injured.

And 10,000 Hamas fighters have been killed. This war took away the lives of thousands of innocent people. 

The war on both sides is not stopping, due to which the whole world is worried. 

India is also continuously expressing concern about this war. The war has led to a humanitarian crisis, about which India has expressed concern in the United Nations.

India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj, while addressing the 10th UNGA Emergency Special Session on Palestine, expressed India's views on the war. Women and children have lost their lives on a large scale due to the war. Every country must respect international law and international humanitarian law in all circumstances.

Kamboj further said that the war could take an even more terrible form. In such a situation, accepting United Nations Security Council resolution number 2728 could be a positive initiative. 

Ruchira Kamboj further said that India demands that all hostages be released without any conditions. The lives of common people are being ruined in this war.

"The humanitarian situation in Gaza is dire. Humanitarian assistance to the people of Gaza must be immediately increased to prevent the situation from worsening. We urge all parties to come together in this effort. We welcome the efforts of the United Nations and the United Nations. India demands that humanitarian assistance be provided to the people of Palestine" she said.

At the same time, India also expressed its views on two state solution. Ruchira Kamboj further said that India has always reiterated the two-state solution and advocated the freedom of the people of Palestine. At the same time, we support Palestine's membership in the United Nations.