UN: There is no more place to go in Gaza


Martin Griffiths commented on a possible Israeli army operation in the Rafah area.

UN: There is no more place to go in Gaza
More than 1 million people in the town of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip have faced unimaginable suffering. There is no more place to go in Gaza. This was stated by the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Martin Griffiths.

He commented on a possible attack by the Israeli army in the Rafah area.

According to Griffiths, mines are planted in the streets and neighborhoods are bombed. For months, civilians have been displaced in the face of bombing, food shortages and disease.

"Where can they go? How can they stay safe? There is nowhere else to go in Gaza," he wrote on social media X.

The UN official called for the protection of Gaza civilians by providing them with shelter, food and medical services.

Earlier, Israel's Prime Minister's Office said that "it is impossible to achieve the goal of the war of eliminating Hamas by leaving four Hamas battalions in Rafah."

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