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War in Israel. Joe Biden: Benjamin Netanyahu made a mistake

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US President Joe Biden criticized the Israeli authorities' policy towards the Gaza Strip. He stated that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a mistake. – I demand that Israel cease fire for the next six to eight weeks and have completely free access to food and medicine supplies to Gaza – appealed the American leader.

– He thinks (Benjamin Netanyuahu) is making a mistake. I don't agree with his approach, Joe Biden said on Tuesday in an interview with the Spanish-language television station Univision.

As Reuters reminds, the US president previously said that Israel “exaggerated” the military campaign in Gaza, and called the Israeli bombing of the Palestinian enclave “massive.”

Biden also described the fact as a “scandal”. the Israeli army firing a convoy of the non-governmental organization World Central Kitchen carrying humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza.

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Destroyed World Central Kitchen carEPA/MOHAMMED SABER

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– What I demand is for Israel to cease fire for the next six to eight weeks and for completely free access to food and medicine supplies to Gaza, the American president emphasized. He added that “there is no justification for suspending such deliveries and they should resume now.”

Biden also said he had talked to “everyone, the Saudis, the Jordanians, the Egyptians, who are willing to help provide food to the people of Gaza.”

Destroyed Al-Shifa hospital in GazaRamzi Mahmud/Abaca/PAP

Harsh words from the US president

As noted by the AFP agency, these were some of the sharpest critical statements made by the American president towards Netanyahu, expressing Washington's growing impatience with the Israeli armed offensive in Gaza, which has caused a humanitarian catastrophe.

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Last week, during a telephone conversation with the Israeli prime minister, Biden for the first time signaled the possibility of making further US aid for Israel conditional on the Israeli side taking “significant steps” to improve the situation of the Gaza population.

Joe Biden and Benjamin Netanyahu MIRIAM ALSTER/EPA/PAP

Main photo source: Yuri Gripas/Abaca/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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