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Armenia regrets the tens of thousands of innocent casualties as a result of the escalation of military operations in Gaza. This was stated by visiting Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in his statement after the meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi Tuesday in Cairo.

Pashinyan added as follows: "We [Armenians] ourselves have experienced the disaster of [Azerbaijani] attacks on the civilian population and civilian infrastructure, and we join the calls of the international community for the establishment of an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. In this matter, we laud the steps being taken by Egypt to ensure uninterrupted access of humanitarian aid to Gaza, to receive wounded Palestinians, and to evacuate foreigners.

We discussed as well, and we need the assistance and advice of our Egyptian partners regarding our delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza, and I thank President El-Sisi for his willingness to help in this matter. The foreign ministers will deal with this matter.

As for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Armenia has always supported the ‘two states’ principle adopted by the international community.”

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