Joe Biden said he believes that Netanyahu made a “mistake” in managing Gaza

“I think what he did was wrong. I don’t agree with what he did,” he said in an interview.

He said Gaza will have “full access to food and medicine” in the next six to eight weeks.

Last week he warned that US support for Israel’s war depends on Israel providing food and medicine.

Israel refuses to prevent aid from entering or being distributed in Gaza and accuses UN agencies of failing to deliver authorized aid

Weeks of negotiations have failed, but the international crisis continues and intensifies.

The hour-long interview was recorded last Wednesday, a day after Israel’s military attack on World Central Kitchen, which killed seven service workers, and aired on the American Spanish-language channel Univision on Tuesday night.

Mr Biden said it was “outrageous” that the group’s vehicles were “shot down by drones and taken off the highway”.

The Israel Defense Forces has since said that a “major mistake” led to the attack on the workers. The investigation led to the dismissal of two senior officials.

“I call on the Israeli people to seek a ceasefire for the next six to eight weeks and to have access to all food and medicine in the country,” he said. Biden said in an interview.

The president had previously said that Hamas should accept the reprieve and release more criminals.

Israel recently said it would open crossings and a deep-water port into northern Gaza to allow more aid to flow into the region. There are currently no details on when and how these methods will work.

Mr Biden faces challenges in Israel. In recent weeks, his comments on the six-month war have become more aggressive, including towards Netanyahu.

Meanwhile, military supplies, including bombs, rockets and ammunition, continue to arrive from Israel. The USA does not stop attacking Israel.

Hamas-led forces attacked Israel’s southern border on October 7, killing 1,200 people and taking away more than 250 workers.

Israel says there are 130 hostages in Gaza and at least 34 people died.

More than 33,000 Gazans, mostly civilians, have been killed in Israeli attacks on Gaza since the October offensive, the Hamas health ministry said.

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