World Leaders Condemn Iran’s Strikes on Israel for Crossing ‘New Level’

World leaders immediately condemned the “reckless” attack on Israel by Iran’s Islamist regime, which launched dozens of drone and missile strikes against the Jewish state on Saturday. “We have crossed a new line.”

The international community, including the leaders of the United Kingdom and the European Union, immediately condemned the Iranian Revolutionary Guards attack on Israel. The attack marks a dramatic escalation in the conflict between Tehran and Jerusalem since previous attacks by Iran. Terrorist proxies in the area direct the attack.

In response to Iran’s attack on Israel, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said the UK condemns “in the strongest terms the Iranian regime’s reckless attack on Israel”.

Sunak said the attack “risks escalating tensions and destabilizing the region” and warned that it “reaffirms Iran’s intention to sow chaos in its own backyard.”

“The UK continues to stand for the security of Israel and all our regional partners, including Jordan and Iraq,” the British leader continued. “Together with our allies, we are working urgently to stabilize the situation and prevent further escalation. No one wants to see more bloodshed.”

Meanwhile, the UK Ministry of Defense said it had moved “several additional Royal Air Force jets and aerial refueling tankers to the region”, adding that RAF jets stationed in the Middle East “are capable of intercepting any airborne attack within their existing mission”. “I will.” “On request.”

“In response to the growing threat from Iran and the increasing risk of escalation in the Middle East, the UK government is working with partners across the region to encourage de-escalation and deter further attacks,” the Ministry of Defense said in a statement. Said.

Top diplomats from France, Germany and Italy also issued condemnations on behalf of their governments. French Foreign Minister Stephane Séjournet “condemned” Pears’ latest attack, saying destabilization had “crossed a new level”. He added: “France reaffirms its commitment to Israel’s security and guarantees its unity.”

German Foreign Minister Annalena Verbock Said: “We strongly condemn the ongoing attacks that have the potential to throw the entire region into chaos. Iran and its proxies must stop this immediately. Israel expresses its full solidarity at this time. To do.”

Deputy Prime Minister Antonio Tajani, who also serves as Italy’s foreign minister, said: Said Rome said it was monitoring the situation “with caution and concern.” Tajani said he had spoken with Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and Defense Minister Guido Crossetto and told them the government was “ready to deal with all kinds of scenarios.”

European Union leaders also expressed anger at Iran’s attack on Israel, along with the bloc’s top diplomat Josep Borrell. saying: “The EU strongly condemns the unacceptable Iranian attack on Israel. This is an unprecedented escalation and a serious threat to regional security.”

European Council President Charles Michel I have written “We strongly condemn Iran’s attack on Israel. We must do everything possible to prevent further regional escalation. Further bloodshed must be avoided. We will continue to work closely with our partners,” the statement said on social media. We will continue to monitor the situation closely.”

Meanwhile, the Islamist regime in Tehran has continued to criticize the missile and drone attacks on Israel that occurred in Syria on April 1, which reportedly killed seven people, including two senior members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps. They claimed it was in retaliation for the Damascus airstrike.Israel has ever not claimed responsibility for the attack.

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