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International tensions over Algeria’s draft resolution calling for an immediate Ceasefire in Gaza

On February 18, Algeria called on the UN Security Council to convene to vote on a draft resolution regarding the situation in Palestine, especially in Gaza. The draft calls for an immediate ceasefire in the strip, and February 20 has been set as the date for voting. This comes amid the continued tensions between Russia and the United States concerning a ceasefire in Gaza, thereby imposing a new challenge to the chances of ending the Israeli aggression in Gaza, which threatens to ignite tensions in the Middle East, where the Israeli-Palestinian conflict represents the most complex conflict in the region.

Algeria took time before submitting a request to vote on the draft resolution, as it presented the draft to diplomatic representatives following the Council’s holding of an emergency meeting on January 31, which it called to discuss the binding of the International Court of Justice’s decision requiring Israel to refrain from any action that would cause genocide in Gaza. Perhaps the Algerian wait was motivated by the desire to control the draft law and present a new version of it.

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