Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Jordan seek truce extension for regional stability

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LONDON — The foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Jordan have expressed their support for the truce agreement, underscoring the necessity of extending the deal beyond its current four-day status. During a media briefing in London, the ministers emphasized that the agreement should ultimately pave the way for the resumption of discussions on a two-state solution.اضافة اعلان

Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, urged the sustained provision of humanitarian aid, cautioning against making it contingent on releasing additional captives, Al Jazeera Reported.

He stated, "Any increase in humanitarian access resulting from this detainees deal must be maintained and further developed. There should be no reduction in this access tied to progress in releasing more hostages. It is absolutely unacceptable to punish the civilian population of Gaza for the holding of those hostages."

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