The Trinidad and Tobago Government has repeated its opinion that it views the situation on the Gaza Strip with great concern.
Israel and Hamas militants who control the Gaza Strip have reach an agreement pause all hostilities and allow humanitarian aid to enter the territory.
The Israeli and the Palestinians are expected to hold more talks today.
T&T’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York attended an informal meeting of the Plenary of United Nations General Assembly which was convened by the President of the General Assembly at the request of the Arab Group.
Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon and other top UN officials briefed the Assembly.
Foreign Affairs Minsiter Winston Dookeran who welcome the cease fire which ended last night, noted with concern media reports which suggested that bombing has resumed.
Minister Dookeran stated that Trinidad and Tobago fully supports the position adopted by the Non- Aligned Movement (NAM) on the conflict which has resulted in an untenable level of death of innocent civilians, including hundreds of children.
He urged both parties to the conflict to respect and adhere to the appeals made by the United Nations.