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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - French President Emmanuel Macron and French Foreign and European Affairs Minister Catherine Colonna attend a video-conference with the families of French hostages by the Hamas militants who had entered Israel from the Gaza Strip, at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, October 20, 2023.— Reuters pic
PARIS, Oct 21 — French foreign minister Catherine Colonna said today that a humanitarian corridor is needed to deliver aid to civilians in Gaza and its establishment could lead to a ceasefire.
“The distribution of aid to civilian populations, starting with the most vulnerable, assumes a humanitarian corridor, which can lead to a ceasefire,” she said at the Cairo Peace Summit hosted by Egypt on the escalating war between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas in Gaza.
She added that French president Emmanuel Macron had just announced €10 million (RM51 million) of humanitarian aid for the Palestinians, in addition to the €10 million that she announced last Sunday during a visit to Cairo. — Reuters
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