Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that Islamist foe Hamas had achieved none of its demands in a truce ending 50 days of deadly conflict in Gaza.
"Hamas was hit hard and got none of its demands," Netanyahu said at a news conference in Jerusalem.
"Hamas wanted a port and airport in Gaza, the liberation of Palestinian prisoners, the mediation of Qatar and Turkey and the payment of salaries for its employees.
"But it got nothing."
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Erdogan warns of 'ethnic war' risk over Iraqi Kurdish vote
Russia denies it killed civilians in air strikes on Syria's Idlib
Palestinian gunman kills three Israelis at settlement
US-backed alliance claims Russian jets struck fighters
Turnout high as Iraqi Kurds defy threats to hold vote
Russian strikes in Syria's Idlib kill 27 civilians
Erdogan threatens Iraqi Kurds with border closure, oil block
Erdogan, Putin to meet in Turkey this week on Iraq, Syria
'World's heaviest woman' dies in Abu Dhabi hospital