The UK applauds the expulsion of two Israeli soldiers over the attack on a WCK convoy in Gaza

He urges Israel to publish the results of the investigation and says it is reviewing these preliminary findings

Madrid, April 5 (European Press) –

The UK has praised the expulsion of two soldiers as part of Israel's first investigation into the attack by the Israeli army on a humanitarian convoy belonging to the NGO World Central Kitchen (WCK), which left seven aid workers dead. She urged the authorities to publish the results “fully”.

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron said on the social media network

It also urged Israel to follow up “with a fully independent review to ensure maximum transparency and accountability.”

Today, Friday, the Israeli occupation army announced the dismissal of two officers and the reprimanding of three others, including the head of operations of the Southern Command. The IDF concluded that those dismissed and reprimanded “mishandled critical information” and “violated the rules of engagement” established by the IDF.

The conclusions of the investigation led by General Yoav Har-Ivan and published on the Israeli army website indicate that “the incident could have been avoided” and that “those who approved the attack were convinced that they were attacking armed activists” of the Palestinian movement. agitation.

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