'We need urgent action now to avoid famine in Gaza,' says UK foreign minister

'We need urgent action now to avoid famine in Gaza,' says UK foreign minister

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British Foreign Minister David Cameron on Monday expressed "grave concern" over the findings from an Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) report on the risk of famine in Gaza, CE Report quotes Anadolu Agency

Stressing the urgency of the situation, Cameron called for immediate action to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe.

"The findings from IPC’s report on famine risk in Gaza are of grave concern, and I will carefully review their analysis," he said. "It’s clear the status quo is unsustainable. We need urgent action now to avoid a famine."

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