United Nations (UN) Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq made a statement on the subject at the daily press conference.
Stating that a team from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) went to Jenin and they worked with partners to identify the humanitarian aid needs in the Jenin Refugee Camp, Haq said that repairing the electricity and water infrastructure and providing shelter will be among the priorities of the team.
“The impact of the attack on civilians is alarming,” Haq said, adding that the UN is deeply concerned about civilian casualties and injuries. he said.
Reminding that the UN has warned many times that there should be no attacks on civilian infrastructure and settlements with dense civilians, Haq said, “However, there is information that civilian infrastructure and hospitals are targeted.” said.
Pointing out that Israel did not inform or inform the UN before the attack, Haq said, “Unfortunately, we can say that we were not very surprised by the attack because there are many examples of similar violence in the past.” used the phrases.
Israeli raid on Jenin
The Israeli army raided the city of Jenin and the Jenin Refugee Camp on Monday, July 3, and besieged the region.
In the air and ground attacks of the Israeli forces, which lasted for 48 hours, 12 Palestinians, including 4 children, were killed and approximately 120 people were injured, 20 of them seriously.
The Israeli army, withdrawing from the refugee camp, announced that one of its soldiers was killed.