Following the G7 summit in Tokyo, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken outlined the conditions for future peace in the region. These conditions encompass the commitment that there will be no "re-occupation of Gaza after the conflict" and the prevention of any "forced displacement of Palestinians from Gaza." Blinken emphasized the imperative that Gaza should not serve as a platform for terrorist activities or violent attacks.
It is vital to avoid any attempts to blockade or besiege Gaza and to maintain its territorial integrity. Additionally, measures need to be in place to ensure that there is no terrorist threat originating from the West Bank.
In pursuit of "sustainable peace," Blinken highlighted the importance of placing "Palestinian voices and aspirations at the center of post-crisis governance in Gaza." He underscored the significance of plans that aim to unify Gaza with the West Bank under the Palestinian Authority, promoting a cohesive and comprehensive approach to lasting peace in the region.
The future of the Gaza strip: What will happen?
This gives optimism that subordinate steps could be taken to prevent conflict in the Middle East. Looking at the number of victims, we cannot help but emphasize that it is necessary to help people who are in a difficult situation.
In addition to the fact that the Gaza Strip is constantly bombed, there is less and less food and medical aid inside the strip. The population emphasizes the catastrophic conditions in which they live. New information is arriving continuously.
It's also noteworthy that the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, emphasized that Hamas bases and headquarters have been destroyed. He also mentioned Hezbollah and issued a warning that if they were to engage in actions similar to Hamas, they would face a similar fate.
Benjamin Netanyahu is indeed known for his straightforward and assertive communication style. He has expressed strong condemnation and determination in dealing with organizations like Hamas. It is still unknown how much truth there is in the words of the Israeli Prime Minister, but it is certain that the Israelis will not give up their goal.