Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has emphasized the pursuit of "complete victory" against Hamas, as reported by the media.
According to Netanyahu, Israel aims for a comprehensive triumph, eliminating any support for terrorism in Gaza. He stated, "Israel's goal is total victory, eradicating any entity in Gaza that funds or promotes terrorism."
Netanyahu highlighted ongoing efforts to secure the release of 110 hostages, expressing unwavering commitment to their return. "I am dedicated to this mission day and night. However, I categorically reject the surrender terms proposed by the Hamas militants," he asserted.
The Prime Minister firmly declared, "I will not compromise on ensuring full Israeli security control over all territory west of the Jordan River. As long as I hold office, I will steadfastly uphold this commitment."
In a previous development, Hamas had laid out its conditions for resolution, including an end to the conflict, the withdrawal of Israeli forces from Gaza, the release of Palestinian prisoners, and assurances of Hamas's continued governance.
(With Agency Inputs)