The US administration does not want to increase pressure on Israel

AP recalled that the United States, “for several days has been blocking the efforts of China, Norway, and Tunisia to get the UN Security Council to adopt a statement calling for a cessation of hostilities.”

US President Joe Biden has not yet shown any desire to increase pressure on Israel to achieve an immediate cessation of hostilities between the Israeli armed forces and the Hamas movement, the Associated Press (AP) reported on Monday.

“While the fighting between Israel and Hamas has reached its highest intensity since 2014, and despite a sharp international reaction, the Biden administration refuses to criticize Israel’s actions or send a senior representative to the region,” the agency writes.

Speaking at an extraordinary meeting of the UN Security Council on Sunday, the US Permanent Representative to the world organization, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, said: “We are ready to provide our support for mediation if the parties work towards a truce because we believe that Israelis and Palestinians have an equal right to live in security.” Nevertheless, the United States “for several days has been blocking the efforts of China, Norway, and Tunisia to get the UN Security Council to adopt a statement calling for a cessation of hostilities,” AP recalls.

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