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Israel: Angola will remove six citizens from Tel Aviv in collaboration with the Portuguese government

The Government expressed “great concern” about the worsening of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and announced that it will remove six Angolans from Tel Aviv, in collaboration with the Portuguese Government.


In a press release, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that it is preparing to transport six Angolan citizens non-residents in Israel on a commercial flight, through its embassy in Tel Aviv.

MIREX thanks, in the same note, the Government of the Portuguese Republic for the total availability shown in transporting Angolan citizens.

The remaining Angolan citizens residing in Israel are safe and outside the areas affected by the conflict, says the Government, which expresses concern about the “renewal of the conflict” and will continue to monitor the evolution of the situation in that country.

The Islamic group Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israeli territory on Saturday, called operation “Al-Aqsa Storm”, with the launch of thousands of rockets and the incursion of armed militiamen by land, sea and air.

In response to the surprise attack, Israel bombed several Hamas facilities in the Gaza Strip from the air, in an operation it dubbed “Iron Swords”.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that Israel is “at war” with Hamas.

The most recent report from the Palestinian Ministry of Health recorded at least 560 deaths due to Israeli air strikes in Gaza – including dozens of minors and women – which raised the total number of deaths on both sides following the armed clashes that began in Saturday.

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