Iran-Israel Conflict / 'When the right time comes, we will exact the right price from Iran' - Israel's threat to Iran

Zoom News : Apr 15, 2024, 11:25 AM
Iran-Israel Conflict: Iran directly attacked Israel on Sunday and fired drones and ballistic missiles. After this, tension is increasing in the Middle East. After this, Israeli Minister Benny Gantz said in a threatening tone on Sunday night that Israel will retaliate after Iran's drone and missile attacks on its territories and will adopt the appropriate time and method to "make Iran pay its real price." The fear of war is increasing due to Israel's threat and its retaliatory action.

Iran's envoy to the United Nations said Israel was responding to its moves based on Iran's exercise of its "inherent right to self-defense." According to Iran, the attack on Israel was a response to an attack on its consulate in Damascus, an act previously attributed to Israel.

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In response, Israel's representative to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, has called on the Security Council to impose all available sanctions on Iran. Additionally, G7 leaders previously said they were prepared to "take further steps" in response to "destabilizing initiatives".

Iran has warned Israel and in the United Nations, Iran said, "After this, this matter can be considered closed. But, if Israel makes another mistake, Iran's reaction will be very serious and Israel will have to suffer the consequences." will be."

At the same time, US President Joe Biden has told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that America will not provide military support for any retaliatory action against Iran. "We will not be a part of any response from them and will not participate in any such actions," the US said, quoting news agency AFP.

While Biden said on Sunday that the US assisted Israel in intercepting most of the drones and missiles launched by Iran. After this, Biden met with G7 leaders regarding tensions between Iran and Israel.

Israel's military has announced that Israel has formed a "coalition" for the first time, along with the US, Britain, France and other allies, to respond to this attack by Iran. IDF spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari said in a televised statement, "Together we repulsed Iran's attack... It was the first time that such a coalition acted together against the threat posed by Iran and its proxies in the Middle East." Work done."

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Iran had informed the US in advance of the attack, following a 72-hour notification period for neighboring states. Before the attack, Iran had seized a ship belonging to Israel in the Gulf, escalating tensions across the region.

To this, India said that the rising tensions in the region should be resolved through "dialogue and diplomacy". India said that "We call for immediate de-escalation, restraint, desistance from violence and a return to the path of diplomacy. We are closely monitoring the evolving situation... It is important that the security and Let there be stability."

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, speaking before the Security Council yesterday, urged the international community not to escalate the conflict. Guterres said, "Neither the region nor the world can afford more wars. The Middle East is on the brink of war."