May 22, 2024, 1:31 PM

Tel Aviv regime recalls its envoys from Ireland, Norway

Tel Aviv regime recalls its envoys from Ireland, Norway

TEHRAN, May 22 (MNA) – Israeli regime recalled its envoys from Ireland and Norway for "urgent consultations" on Wednesday right before both countries formally announced their decisions to recognize an independent Palestinian state.

"Today, I am sending a sharp message to Ireland and Norway: Israel will not go over this in silence. I have just ordered the return of the Israeli ambassadors from Dublin and Oslo to Israel for further consultations in holy Quds," Foreign Minister Israel Katz said in a statement, Daily Sabah reported.

Norway, Ireland, and Spain recognized a Palestinian state on Wednesday in a historic move that drew condemnation from Israeli regime and jubilation from the Palestinians. The Tel Aviv regime ordered back its ambassadors from Norway and Ireland.

The move comes as Israeli forces have led assaults on the northern and southern edges of the Gaza Strip in May, causing a new exodus of hundreds of thousands of people, and sharply restricting the flow of aid, raising the risk of famine.


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