Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is in Doha on Saturday where he is meeting with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani, to discuss the situation in the Gaza Strip and the problems caused by the disruption of safe navigation in the Red Sea.
Expanded talks between the delegations of the two countries will follow.
The London High Court rejected a petition to suspend British arms exports to Israel, the lawyers for the plaintiffs said on Tuesday.
A coalition of legal advocacy groups had asked the High Court in January to expedite a judicial review of the U.K. government's decision to keep selling military parts and arms to Israel.
This was stated in the report of the Global Cluster for Nutrition, a partner organization for providing aid from the funds of the UN Children's Agency (UNICEF), the American media reported today.
A similar percentage of children fell ill with infectious diseases, with 70 percent of children suffering from diarrhea in the last two weeks, reports AP.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a decisive statement yesterday, indicating Israel's intention to maintain full military control over all Palestinian territories, even in the event of a two-state solution. Quoted by DPA, Netanyahu's assertion underscores a firm stance on Israel's military presence in regions including the West Bank and Gaza Strip.