Iran: Hamas Ready To Release Hostages

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Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Emir Abdullahian announced in his speech at the UN that Hamas is ready to release the hostages. The Iranian Minister also emphasized the role of Türkiye and Qatar. Speaking at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly session where the situation of Palestinian civilians was discussed, Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Emir Abdullahiyan made a statement about the 224 people held hostage by Hamas since October 7, when it attacked Israel.

Stating in his speech that Hamas announced to Iran that it was ready to release civilian hostages, the Minister stated that in order for this to happen, the world should put pressure on Israel to release Palestinian prisoners. “The Islamic Republic of Iran, together with Qatar and Turkey, is ready to play its role in this important humanitarian effort. Of course, the release of 6 thousand Palestinians in prisons is another necessity and a responsibility of the international community,” the minister said.

According to the Russian official news agency Tass, the Iranian Foreign Minister stated in his speech that they were holding serious talks with Hamas and said, “These talks showed that the movement (Hamas) is ready to release civilian hostages; however, the world must support the release of 6 thousand Palestinians held in Israeli prisons.” ” he said. News that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was involved in negotiations with Hamas for the release of the hostages was reflected in the public, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Hakan Fidan announced that Turkey was in contact with Hamas for the release of the hostages.

Intimidation To The USA

The Iranian Minister also intimidated the USA in his speech at the UN. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Emir Abdullahiyan said that if Israel’s attacks on Gaza do not end, the USA “will not be able to escape from this fire” and added: “I say clearly to the American statesmen who are currently leading a genocide in Palestine; we do not welcome the spread of war to the region.” “However, if the genocide in Gaza continues, there will be no escape from this fire,” he said. Iran has previously rejected US accusations that Iran was responsible for the conflicts between Israel and Hamas.

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