Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: According to the report of Fars International News Agency, Antonio Guterres, Secretary General of the Organization, reacted to the resumption of attacks by the Zionist regime on the Gaza Strip.
Guterres, whose recent statements about Israel's war crimes have faced a strong reaction from the Zionist authorities, deeply regretted the start of the war between Israel and Hamas this Friday.
Guterres wrote on his account on the X social network: "I deeply regret the resumption of military operations in Gaza. "I still hope that there will be a possibility of a humanitarian halt that was already in place."
"The return to hostilities only shows how important it is to have a real humanitarian ceasefire."
James Elder, the spokesperson of the United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, also condemned the war against children in Gaza in a video message recorded in one of the last active hospitals in Gaza.
He said: "We can no longer see more children with war injuries. With burns, with shrapnel in their bodies, with broken bones. This is a war against children, and the inaction of influential people allows children to be killed."
In his video message, he also described the current history of Gaza and said that even from inside the hospital, you can hear the sound of bombing in the surrounding areas, and one of these attacks landed just 50 meters away from the hospital.
The Palestinian media reported that the fighters of the Zionist Interim regime resumed their attacks on the Gaza Strip today (Friday).
The temporary ceasefire in the Gaza Strip ended after six days and the exchange of a number of prisoners between the Zionists and the Hamas resistance movement, with Tel Aviv's opposition and delay in extending it.
At the same time as the occupiers started attacking different areas in the Gaza Strip, the Zionist media also reported that the sirens of a missile attack were sounding in the Zionist settlements around the Gaza Strip./Fars news