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Russia and China Veto US Cease-Fire Resolution in Israel-Hamas Conflict

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Russia and China Veto US Cease-Fire Resolution in Israel-Hamas Conflict

In a recent development at the United Nations, Russia and China have vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution calling for an immediate and sustained cease-fire in the ongoing Israel-Hamas war in Gaza. Both countries criticized the resolution, stating it was too ambiguous and did not directly demand an end to the fighting.

The veto highlighted tensions between world powers, with the U.S. facing criticism for not taking a tough enough stance against Israel. The resolution linked a cease-fire with the release of Israeli hostages, which was seen as a departure from previous U.S. positions on the matter.

Russia and China accused the U.S. of politicizing the resolution and misleading the international community. While the resolution had the support of 11 out of the 15 council members, Russia and China voted against it, stating that it would add pressure on Israel without actually ending the fighting or leading to the release of hostages.

Currently, the Security Council is considering a resolution for an immediate humanitarian cease-fire during Ramadan. The U.S. has accused Russia and China of vetoing the previous resolution for cynical reasons and failing to condemn Hamas terrorist attacks.

The situation in Gaza continues to deteriorate, with a high death toll and a growing humanitarian crisis. The international community is calling for aid to be streamlined into Gaza and for a cease-fire agreement to be reached to alleviate the suffering of civilians caught in the conflict. Stay tuned for updates on this developing story on Bio Prep Watch.

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