UN Secretary General António Guterres is closely following the latest developments on security in Gaza and urged all parties in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to "exercise maximum restraint" in the face of escalating violence in the Gaza Strip. zone.
Three Palestinians were killed today in the nearly 20 Israeli bombings of Gaza in response to the launch of more than 300 rockets against Israel that left about a dozen wounded, one of them seriously, officials said.
Faced with this escalation of violence in the area, Guterres called for "moderation" to the parties to the conflict and reported through a UN spokesperson that the special coordinator of the United Nations, Nickolay Mladenov, is working "closely with Egypt and all the interested parties to restore calm ".
At present, war fears between Israel and Palestinian militias in Gaza, the main parties to the conflict, have increased, following a new escalation of tension in the area, the second in a few hours, in which more than 300 rockets have been fired. from the strip to Israeli territory, which has been a forceful response from the Army on the enclave.