FDLR is a terrorist group formed by individuals responsible for the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Amb. Einat emphasized that Israel’s actions aim to defend its people and eliminate the threat posed by Hamas, comparing it to how other nations act to protect their citizens.
According to her, the Israeli army’s withdrawal from Gaza depends on the resolution of the war and the assurance that Hamas no longer poses a threat to Israel’s security.
Amb. Einat commended Rwanda’s support and encouraged continued international understanding of Israel’s perspective. The situation in Gaza involves significant casualties, but the figures remain unconfirmed by the international community.
Amb. Einat stressed the responsibility of every nation to protect their citizens, particularly when people are displaced from their homes.
She also talked about Israel’s exports to Gaza such as petroleum products that might be stopped because Gaza uses it not for a good call.
However, Amb. Weiss said that Israel has agreed to provide an aid transit route through the Rafah border and is still distributing water and electricity although not as much as before.