In a significant development, Qatar officially announced a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war, set to begin at 7 am on Friday. The declaration was made by Majed Al Ansari, spokesperson for Qatar’s Foreign Ministry, during a press conference held in Doha.
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Anticipated Resolution after Deal
The ceasefire, long anticipated after a recent agreement, saw details being finalized in the final day leading up to the official announcement. The decision marks a crucial step in the ongoing efforts to address the complex Israel-Hamas conflict.
Aid Delivery to Follow Promptly: Qatar
Al Ansari confirmed that aid would be swiftly delivered following the ceasefire, emphasizing that “aid will be going in as soon as possible.” This commitment underscores Qatar’s proactive role in addressing the humanitarian aspects of the conflict.
Captive Civilians to be Released
Highlighting a tangible outcome, Al Ansari disclosed that the first batch of captive civilians, including 13 women and children, is scheduled for delivery around 4 pm. This development signifies a concrete move towards addressing the human impact of the conflict.