The US president ordered Israel to expect a “massive rise” on Wednesday before the war.
US President Joe Biden urges Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address the crisis in the Gaza conflict “on the way” to end war.
“The two leaders discussed in detail the situation in Gaza, the Israeli approach to reducing Hamas and other terrorist groups, and efforts to negotiate with local governments and the United States,” White House spokesman Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Wednesday.
“The President has informed the Prime Minister that he expects a significant reduction today in the course of the ceasefire,” added Jean-Pierre.
It was the fourth summit last week between US and Israeli leaders.
Based on an unnamed official, the Associated Press reported that Biden and officials were urging Netanyahu and other Israeli officials to step down. bombing in Gaza.
According to reports, Biden officials reassured Israelis on Monday and Tuesday that time was not on their side by rejecting foreign missions on Israeli airstrikes and Hamas rockets, and that they were keen to end the operation. soon.
Meanwhile, The New York Times reported that Biden had spoken “strongly” to Netanyahu during a phone call on Monday, telling him that he could criticize the Gaza trial for some time.
Accounts show Biden’s management continue to send anonymous text messages to Netanyahu more than previously announced. At the White House reading of Biden’s summons to Netanyahu on Monday he said Biden had shown support for ending the war, but reaffirmed Israel’s right to self-defense and did not say anything about the US urging Israel to end the war.
On Wednesday, Israel said it had not set a timetable for ending the war with Gaza as its military launched Palestinian air strikes and Hamas militants launched new rocket demonstrations.
Highlighting international cooperation, however, the Egyptian security official told Reuters news agency that both sides had agreed to end the war with the help of diplomats, but much was being discussed in secret as people rejected the agreement to prevent a collapse.
Palestinian medical officials say 219 people have been killed in 10 days by air strikes that have damaged roads, homes and other facilities, adding to the problems already in Gaza.
Israeli authorities have placed 12 people in Israel, where rockets have caused panic and sent people to run to the camps.