The German foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, met Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. According to Israeli media reports, a confrontation broke out during the private conversation over the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.

Israel is repeatedly accused of restricting the import of humanitarian aid. The right-wing extremist camp of the Netanyahu government in particular is demanding that little aid be provided until all the hostages in the hands of Hamas are released. Families of the hostages have tried several times to prevent the passage of humanitarian help on their own. “I can show you photos of starving children on my phone,’ she apparently said. But Netanyahu stuck to his original position and replied again, “There is no hunger in Gaza,' according to the Israeli broadcaster's sources. The meeting probably turned out to be a difficult affair.