In statements to the press on Wednesday alongside the regional ambassadors, the diplomat assured that the Arab Group will “once again knock on the doors of the Security Council” so it assumes its responsabilities.
The Group held talks in recent days with members of that UN body to demand a mechanism to expand the entry of humanitarian aid into Gaza and the full opening of the crossings, he added.
Israel intensive bombing of the Gaza Strip has caused over 16,000 dead mainly children, women and elderlies.
As part of those efforts, the representatives are planning a meeting with the president of the Security Council – led this month by Ecuador – to advocate for a ceasefire and the continued flow of vital humanitarian aid, the diplomat underscored.
Meanwhile, Palestinian Ambassador to the UN Riyad Mansour insisted on the need for the top security body to demand an end to the conflict amid intensified Israeli attacks after a seven-day truce.