German Chancellor calls for two-state solution and increased aid to Gaza


Chancellor Olaf Schultz informed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a phone call that a two-state solution should include Gaza and the West Bank, with the Palestinian Authority playing a central role.

A German government spokesman said Schultz also stressed the need for Netanyahu to significantly improve aid access to Gaza residents.

The German Chancellor also said during the phone call that the situation in the Gaza Strip is very worrying.

In contrast to German statements regarding a two-state solution, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly declared his opposition to any Palestinian sovereignty.

He also recently stressed that Israel must maintain security control in both the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

In recent weeks, Western calls for a two-state solution have become increasingly frequent, at a time when the United States and its allies are still refusing to call a ceasefire in Gaza.

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