Antonio Guterres jeopardizes Middle East vengeance and the time to stop it has come

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Antonio Guterres jeopardizes Middle East vengeance and the time to stop it has come
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres addresses the media during a joint news conference with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas after a meeting in Berlin, Germany, December 17, 2020. Michael Sohn/Pool via REUTERS

Antonio Guterres jeopardizes Middle East retaliation and the time for the Middle East has arrived.

The UN Secretary-General wrote in a message on Friday on the X network that the sequence of retaliation in the Middle East is jeopardizing and the time to stop it has come.

Antonio Guterres, in response to the attack attributed to Israel in Iran, called for preventing further escalation of the situation in the region.

He wrote that the global community should collaborate to prevent any further worsening of the situation that could have devastating consequences for the entire region and beyond.

Mr. Guterres had also said on Saturday night following Iran’s missile and drone attack on Israel that the region had reached the brink of the abyss and must step back from it.

Israeli officials criticized Mr. Guterres, saying that he did not explicitly condemn Iran’s military attack on Israel.

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