On January 29, local time, the European Commission issued a statement saying that it is not expected that additional funding will be provided to UNRWA until the end of February, and that all staff of the agency should be examined as soon as possible to confirm that they are not involved in the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement's attacks on Israel. The statement said that in response to allegations that UNRWA staff were involved in the attack, the European Commission will decide whether to continue funding the agency, and stated that the Commission will review the matter based on the investigation results announced by the United Nations and the actions to be taken.
Zhitongcaijing · 01/29 11:01
On January 29, local time, the European Commission issued a statement saying that it is not expected that additional funding will be provided to UNRWA until the end of February, and that all staff of the agency should be examined as soon as possible to confirm that they are not involved in the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement's attacks on Israel. The statement said that in response to allegations that UNRWA staff were involved in the attack, the European Commission will decide whether to continue funding the agency, and stated that the Commission will review the matter based on the investigation results announced by the United Nations and the actions to be taken.