Gaza – In response to the escalating conflict in Gaza, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Ayman Safadi, is set to embark on a ministerial tour starting Sunday. This tour aims to convene international support to halt the war in Gaza, as part of the efforts of a ministerial committee designated by the Arab-Islamic Summit.
According to Jordan News Agency, the spokesperson for the foreign ministry, the ministerial committee comprises the foreign ministers of Jordan, Egypt, Qatar, Turkey, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Palestine, along with the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States and the Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. This committee was established following the decision of the Arab Islamic Summit hosted by Saudi Arabia last week.
The committee’s tour, beginning with China as its first stop, aims to rally international support for immediate action to cease the ongoing war in Gaza. The members plan to meet with senior officials and foreign ministers of the participating countries to accurately convey the suffering and humanitarian catastrophe caused by the conflict. Qudah emphasized the importance of exposing Israeli atrocities against Palestinian civilians and the repeated attacks on civilian targets, including places of worship and hospitals.