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Prince William: 'Too many deaths in Gaza, a truce is needed' - News

2024-02-20T14:52:08.980Z

Highlights: Prince William: 'Too many deaths in Gaza, a truce is needed' - News.com.au. Unusual intervention by the heir to the British throne, who also condemns anti-Semitism. William will carry out a series of commitments, in which he will meet those involved in providing humanitarian support in the Middle Eastern region. He will hear first-hand accounts of the situation on the ground, Kensington Palace had announced in a note, cited by the Reuters agency, on Thursday.


Unusual intervention by the heir to the British throne, who also condemns anti-Semitism (ANSA)


    Prince William, heir to the British throne, said today that he was "deeply concerned about the terrible human cost of the conflict in the Middle East", adding - in an unusual intervention for royal protocol - that he was in favor of "a ceasefire to as soon as possible" in the Gaza Strip.

The eldest son of King Charles III then stated that "too many people have been killed so far" and spoke of the "desperate need to increase humanitarian aid" to the Palestinian civilian population of the Strip, as well as to obtain "the release of the Israeli hostages". .

    William's speech, who did not fail to reiterate his condemnation of "the terrible terrorist attack by Hamas" against Israel on 7 October, coincided with the presentation of a series of initiatives by charitable organizations linked to the Windsor house: initiatives launched to address "the human suffering caused by the conflict in the Middle East" and, at the same time, to "draw attention to the global increase in anti-Semitism", as reported in the previous hours by Kensington Palace.

    In fact, in a note, cited by the Reuters agency, Kensington Palace had announced that William will carry out a series of commitments, in which he will meet those involved in providing humanitarian support in the Middle Eastern region and will hear first-hand accounts of the situation on the ground.

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