Minister for Europe and Overseas Affairs Catherine Colonna will go to Qatar and the United Arab Emirates on November 5 to debate the battle between Israel and Hamas, in addition to the regional scenario, along with her Qatari counterparts, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Overseas Affairs, and Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, Minister of Overseas Affairs and Worldwide Cooperation.
This go to displays the shut diplomatic cooperation that France maintains with its essential companions within the Center East. The aim of those regional consultations is to reach at an instantaneous, lasting, sustained humanitarian truce; to prepare the humanitarian response to the wants of Gaza’s civilian inhabitants; to work resolutely and decisively to make sure that the battle doesn’t unfold; and to find out easy methods to rebuild momentum for a simply and lasting decision of the Israel-Palestinian battle primarily based on the two-state resolution. The latter is a needed prerequisite for long-term peace and stability within the Center East, a priority France shares with its regional companions.
The minister can even talk about the scenario of the hostages that Hamas is holding in Gaza and can reiterate France’s demand for the speedy launch of all hostages kidnapped on October 7 throughout Hamas’s terrorist assault in opposition to Israel.