America's big statement on war, will Biden attack Iran?

On sunday, a day after iran attacked israel, in CNN's State of the Union news program, john Kirby, Strategic Communications Coordinator of the US National Security Council, made a big statement regarding America's stand. In response to a question, he said that President Biden has said many times, we do not want war in the region. We do not want to get embroiled in a war with Iran. Quoting white house officials, American media said that President Joe Biden told Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the phone on saturday night that the US will neither participate nor support any Israeli retaliatory action against Iran. In response to the attack on the Iranian Consulate in syria two weeks ago, iran launched a simultaneous drone and missile attack on israel late saturday night.

G7 leaders urged to stop increasing tension in the Middle East

The leaders of the european union (EU) and the Group of Seven (G7) have called for preventing the situation in the Middle east from becoming more tense following Iran's retaliatory attacks on Israel. "Everything must be done to prevent an escalation of tensions in the region. The bloodshed must be avoided. We are monitoring the situation with our partners," european Council President Charles Michel said on social media on Sunday.

"All parties should avoid escalating tensions in the region and work to restore stability," european Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on social media. EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell urged all parties to exercise restraint on social media. Borrell said he has called an extraordinary meeting of EU foreign affairs ministers on april 16 to reduce tensions in the region.

According to the report of news agency Xinhua, in a meeting on sunday, G7 leaders called on all parties to reduce tension and exercise restraint. G7 leaders also called for Hamas to release Israeli hostages and end the Gaza conflict. Iranian Foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on sunday that iran will no longer take retaliatory military action against Israel.

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