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  • Updated: November 03, 2023

UAE Issues Call For Humanitarian Ceasefire In Middle East

UAE Issues Call For Humanitarian Ceasefire In Middle East

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has issued a stark warning, highlighting the rapidly increasing regional tensions that are pushing the Middle East closer to a boiling point.

Noura al-Kaabi, the UAE's minister of state for foreign affairs, addressed this concerning development during a policy conference in Abu Dhabi.

Al-Kaabi emphasized the risks of regional spillover and the potential for extremist groups to exploit the situation, underscoring the urgent need for a humanitarian ceasefire. 

“The risk of regional spillover and further escalation is real, as well as the risk that extremist groups will take advantage of the situation to advance ideologies that will keep us locked in cycles of violence,” Noura al-Kaabi said.

Noura al-Kaabi's warning sheds light on the precarious situation in the Middle East. The region's simmering tensions have reached a point where further escalation poses a real and immediate threat.

As regional tensions rise, the call for a ceasefire becomes a pressing imperative.

This not only ensures the safety of innocent civilians but also creates a conducive environment for diplomatic solutions to be explored. The international community's role in supporting such endeavors is pivotal in mitigating the escalating crisis.

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