A delegation of the European Union visited the occupied West Bank city of Nablus on Friday, March 3, following the Israeli settlers’ attacks against the Huwara town.
A 20-member delegation expressed solidary with Palestinian families affected by the settlers’ attacks in the Nablus towns of Huwara, Zaatara, and Burin.
In addition, the delegation visited and offered condolences to the family of the massacred Palestinian Sameh Aqtash who was killed by Israeli settlers last Sunday.
The EU representatives listened to the testimonies of Palestinian citizens who were subjected to Israeli violence in occupied Nablus. It also called for holding Israel accountable.
In a statement to journalists, a representative of the European Union called for an end to settlers’ violence in all areas, affirming that the families and children have the right to live in safety and freedom.
Last Sunday, hundreds of Israeli settlers carried out barbaric attacks on occupied Nablus, killing one Palestinian and injuring about 4,00 others.
The attacks included the settlers’ burning of 40 homes and hundreds of vehicles and properties owned by Palestinian families.