The European Minister of Foreign Affairs announced a “real political solution” between the Palestinians and Israelis. This is the minimum position, which is not unanimous.
Ceasefire, protect civilians, receive humanitarian aid in Gaza, Israel’s right to self-defense “But respect international humanitarian law” : At the request of the European Minister of Foreign Affairs, a meeting (via video conference) is expected to be held on May 18 (Tuesday).It’s also surprising that they begged “True political solution” This will guarantee the safety of Palestinians and Israelis.
However, even these positions that are considered minimalist have not received unanimous support: Hungary also disagrees with these positions. Other countries-the other countries of the Visegrad Group-are half-hearted, and not all ministerial representatives are participating.In response, the senior representative of the alliance, Josep Borrell, could only state that he “Misunderstood” Member states cannot accept such a vague statement, but according to Budapest, Europe’s position is “Prejudice and imbalance”.
The Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijarto told AFP in Paris that the 26th statement was not “Not much help, especially when the tension is so severe…” Hungarian diplomacy has also recently opposed a statement on China’s role in Hong Kong, calling for “Less judgment, fewer moral lessons, less criticism, less intervention and more pragmatic cooperation” From Brussels.
Some participants sternly believed that this denial is a question of the European treaty, which invites all countries to make every effort to find a common position on foreign policy issues. “This is very serious. As a coalition, we are not even able to support the UN Secretary General’s call to end hostilities. Do we want to be a global participant? Please note that we cannot play any role tomorrow.”, Luxembourg Minister Jean Asselborn (Jean Asselborn) warned. “I have never experienced it in 17 years”And added the words of this European Commission veteran.
Other prime ministers want to be more active, and they are encouraged by the idea that Europe must stop supporting the status quo. She considered re-engagement in the search for a real political solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.