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South Africa pursuing Israeli regime's failure to comply with ICJ's ruling: FM

Tehran, IRNA – South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor says that her country had informed the International Court of Justice (ICJ) of its concerns with the Israeli regime’s failing to adhere to its ruling to avoid genocide in Gaza.

In an exclusive interview with Al Mayadeen on Tuesday, Pandor said, "Israel affirms our view that it actually has the intention to destroy the people of Palestine."

Pandor revealed that South Africa had contacted the ICJ to raise concerns regarding Israel's ignoring of the interim ruling by the court.

She also stressed that the country wishes to move forward with objective arguments that demonstrate South Africa's belief that the regime is indeed committing genocide in the strip.

The official said that numerous countries announced they will also join the case against Israeli regime.

South African Foreign Minister underlined that the legal papers have been prepared although there was yet to be a date for the hearing.

South Africa brought the genocide case before the ICJ, based in The Hague, the Netherlands, in January. Later in the month, the top UN court ordered the occupying regime to stop its genocide in Gaza, among several measures.


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