Canada Global(Web News)
Canada has decided to vote in favor of a non-binding resolution to be submitted to the United Nations to establish an immediate humanitarian ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. This was confirmed by the federal government. A source did.
This official source gave this information on condition of anonymity. This matter has not yet come to light. Foreign Minister Melanie Joly spoke to reporters on Parliament Hill but did not comment on the resolution. Israel is surprised by the change in Canada’s position on the resolution to be presented to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. Before this, Canada has always supported Israel on several major resolutions at the United Nations.
In a joint statement, the prime ministers of Canada, Australia and New Zealand called for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albany and New Zealand Prime Minister Christopher Logan said other countries deeply regret the loss of every Israeli and Palestinian innocent life. Such a scenario cannot be seen. In their statement released hours before the UN vote, the ministers expressed their condolences to the families and communities affected by the war.
“We jointly condemn the October 7 attack by Hamas on Israel,” the statement said. We also condemn his treatment of captives and demand the release of the remaining captives. We also believe that Israel has the right to maintain its existence and defend itself, but to protect this right, Israel must also respect international humanitarian law. Civilians and civilian infrastructure will also have to be protected. We are concerned about the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. The cost of defeating Hamas should not be borne by all Palestinian citizens.
This is a very clear and clear statement made by Trudeau for a ceasefire. Trudeau has previously avoided making such a statement.