St Vincent calls for Security Council intervention amidst ‘war crimes’ in Israel-Gaza conflict

The Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines says “war crimes” are being committed in the ongoing Israeli-Gaza conflict and has called for an end to hostilities on both sides.

The government made the call in a statement on Friday, five days after the regional bloc, Caricom, said “the savage nature of the attacks and counterattacks is the antithesis of civilised life and living”.

On October 7, Hamas militants fired rockets into Israel, killing scores of people and taking more than 100 others hostage.


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