The foreign ministers of the Group of Seven (G7) nations have expressed their support for truces and humanitarian corridors in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.
Although the ministers did not explicitly call for a ceasefire, they emphasized the importance of revitalizing peace efforts in the Middle East and addressing the situation in Gaza post-conflict.
During their two-day summit in Tokyo, the G7 foreign ministers discussed strategies to promote peace and stability in the region. In their joint statement, the G7 affirmed their backing for temporary humanitarian truces in Gaza.
These truces aim to facilitate the entry of aid, the movement of civilians, and the release of hostages. The ministers underscored the urgent need for measures to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, emphasizing the necessity of swift action.
The G7’s statement, issued after their meeting in Tokyo, emphasized the need for emergency measures to confront the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Gaza.
The ministers voiced their support for humanitarian truces and corridors, intending to facilitate essential assistance and the release of hostages held by Hamas.