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Gaza War: What do we know about Colombia’s proposal to end the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians? – . .

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Colombian President Gustavo Petro proposed mediating the release of hostages held in Gaza through what he described as a “peace committee,” responding to a request from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The Colombian leader said in a letter to Netanyahu that he believes it is “a priority to move quickly towards a cessation of hostilities and begin talks to release all hostages.”

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In his response to a private letter he received from the Israeli Prime Minister on January 11, the Colombian President added: “I propose that we move forward by establishing a peace committee composed of different countries to secure the release of hostages, and to achieve the broader goal of ending the violence between Israel and Palestine.” “.

Petro, the first leftist president in Colombia’s history, openly supports the Palestinian cause, and supports South Africa in accusing Israel of committing “genocide” in the Gaza Strip.

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