'India has zero-tolerance approach to terrorism': Ruchira Kamboj reaffirms long-standing relationship with Palestine
Wednesday, 29 November 2023 On the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, India's permanent representative to the United Nations, Ruchira Kamboj, reaffirmed India's support for a negotiated two-state solution. Kamboj addressed the United Nations General Assembly, emphasizing India's long-standing relationship with the Palestinian people and its zero-tolerance approach to terrorism. She condemned the deaths of civilians and called for collective efforts to de-escalate the situation and deliver humanitarian assistance.
India’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ruchira Kamboj while speaking on the occasion of International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People reaffirmed India’s long-standing support for Palestine and Palestinian people and their endeavor for a two-state solution. Ruchira Kamboj further...
Delhi | At the 47th Sapru House Lecture, Permanent Representative of India to the UN, Ruchira Kamboj says, "It isn't enough to talk about peace, one must believe in it. And it isn't enough to believe in it, one must work at it. Today, as we gather under the theme of multilateralism and peace, prosperity, progress and sustainability, we are not just discussing peace, we are committing to it, believing in it and most importantly working towards it. India, as a land where ancient wisdom coalesces with modern aspirations, embodies the spirit of multilateralism..."
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India’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ruchira Kamboj on January 09 addressed the UNGA on ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict. She reiterated India’s stance and said that dialogue and diplomacy were the only way forward. Also, demanded an immediate and unconditional release of hostages. "The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas has led to a large-scale loss of civilian lives, especially women and children, and has resulted in an alarming humanitarian crisis. There can be no justification for terrorism and hostage taking. Our thoughts are with those who have been taken as hostage and we demand their immediate and unconditional release. The leadership of India is in constant touch with the leaders of the region, including those of Israel and Palestine...India has so far provided 70 tons of humanitarian aid...to the people of Palestine...The message that India has conveyed since the start of this conflict is clear and consistent. It is important to prevent escalation, to ensure continued delivery of humanitarian aid, and to work towards an early restoration of peace and stability. A peaceful resolution of the conflict through dialogue and diplomacy is the only way forward..."
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A tragic incident unfolded outside the Israeli embassy in Washington DC on Sunday. A US military service member, identified as Aaron Bushnell, set himself on fire in an apparent protest against the ongoing Israel-Hamas war. Donned in military attire, Bushnell recorded himself shouting 'Free Palestine' before immolating himself, decrying what he called a "genocide" in Gaza. Despite swift intervention by the Secret Service, Bushnell later succumbed to his injuries.
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A handful of Israel–Hamas protesters were outside the 2024 Film Independent Spirit Awards located on the beach in Santa Monica playing previously recorded chants on a megaphone such as "ceasefire now," "free Palestine" and "long live Palestine." Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that the chants were "very audible" inside the tent where the ceremony was taking place.
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Lord Cameron said the sanctions against Russia "have had an effect" on the Russian economy as they are struggling to get access "to some key technologies." Mr Cameron was speaking to the United Nations General Assembly in New York on the eve of the second anniversary of the invasion where he warned of the consequences of withdrawing support for Ukraine.
It comes as both the US and the UK have announced new sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine and the death of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
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