British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and French President Emmanuel Macron expressed their concern about getting aid into Gaza in a phone call on Sunday, according to a readout by Downing Street.
“The leaders stressed the importance of getting urgent humanitar-ian support into Gaza. They agreed to work together on efforts both to get crucial food, fuel, water, and medicine to those who need it, and to get foreign nationals out,” a spokesperson for Sunak said.
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“They expressed their shared concern at the risk of escalation in the wider region, in particular in the West Bank.”
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