No decisive steps without a ceasefire in Gaza

Al-Jumhuriya wrote: The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Abdullah Bouhabib, called his Iranian counterpart, Hossein Amir Abdullahian, by phone yesterday, where he offered him condolences for the victims of the Israeli attack on the Iranian embassy headquarters in Damascus, wishing a speedy recovery for the wounded and wounded.

Bouhabib reiterated Lebanon’s condemnation of the attack on the sanctity and immunity of the embassy headquarters, which constitutes a flagrant violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and a dangerous escalation that threatens regional peace and security.
Informed diplomatic sources told Al-Jumhuriya that the contact between the two men was an opportunity to review the results of the operation and the developments it could lead to, the features of which must become clear in the coming days as a result of the ongoing contacts and consultations on more than one axis.
She added that the Iranian side did not disclose the form, timing and content of the response, considering that it is a matter to be decided at the level of the authorities and bodies concerned with the consequences resulting from it, provided that Iranian diplomacy, which put all the friendly and allied parties and those who participated in the communications that followed the raid, in its atmosphere and reading. For the operation, what it could lead to, what Israel wants from it, and what Iran wants and does not want, it will not act according to the Israeli agenda and has the right to respond in the form and timing it deems appropriate. The call also constituted an opportunity to discuss developments in Gaza and their repercussions in the region at all levels, as well as a number of common issues that have become on the agenda of the two ministers and are the subject of evaluation between them every time they meet in Beirut or in any other capital.
Diplomatic sources concluded by confirming that the outcome of the call suggested that there would be no decisive steps in the next stage as long as the negotiations to stabilize the ceasefire in Gaza, which was decided by the UN Security Council, had not completed any chapters. Indeed, they had become subject to a number of conditions and counter-conditions, and that it was not in The horizon suggests a wide war, as the turmoil continues on all fronts while awaiting a solution without which multiple and complex obstacles remain.


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