Referring to a ceasefire that took effect overnight, he said it “looked like a fragile ceasefire” and lamented the “unbearable and unacceptable cost it had for the population. civil. And I know this also applies to people in Israel.
TEHRAN – Iranian Revolutionary Guards have unveiled a new drone called “Gaza” amid heightened tensions between Israel and the Palestinians, the country’s national television reported on Friday.
The report states that the large body drone has a flight time of 35 hours and is capable of carrying 13 bombs over 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles).
The television also said that in addition to military surveillance, combat and reconnaissance missions, the Gaza drone can monitor forests, assist in rescue operations and provide assistance in natural disasters such as floods and storms. earthquake.
General Hossein Salami, leader of the powerful Revolutionary Guard, said at the unveiling ceremony that “we have called it Gaza so that God willing can be an eternal honor for those who resist the Zionist invasion.”
Iran does not recognize Israel and supports militant anti-Israel groups like Palestinian Hamas and Lebanese Hezbollah.
ANKARA, Turkey – Turkey has welcomed the ceasefire in Gaza but also calls for a two-state solution to ensure a permanent end to the conflict.