MEHR: In a phone call with the Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Iran's Foreign Minister discussed the latest situation in occupied Palestine and the developments related to the recent Israeli aggression.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, in the phone call on Thursday evening with Hossein Ebrahim Taha, expressed deep regret and condemned the continued attacks and aggressions of the Zionist regime, which have so far resulted in the martyrdom of about 20,000 residents of Gaza, including a large number of innocent women and children.
It is a clear example of a war crime, a crime against humanity, and genocide, he said while calling for more action from the international community, especially the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to stop these attacks.
Referring to the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza and the medical and health problems and restrictions created, the top Iranian diplomat stressed the need to adopt appropriate and urgent solutions to facilitate the sending of humanitarian aid and shipments, especially medical and pharmaceutical items, according to the resolutions of the recent summit in Riyadh.
He emphasized and declared the readiness of the Islamic Republic of Iran to send such aid.
Hossein Ebrahim Taha, for his part, expressed his concern and condemned the continued attacks of the Zionist regime against Gaza and presented a report on the actions and activities of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Secretariat based on the recent resolutions of the summit and welcomed the actions and initiatives of the Islamic Republic.