Following days of violence in the area, US President Joe Biden called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, according to the BBC.
It should be remembered that the international community has called for an end to the conflict’s escalation.
It said Israeli air strikes in Gaza earlier killed ten people in a refugee camp and demolished a building that housed some international media organizations.
According to the BBC, hundreds of Palestinian rockets were fired into Israel, killing one person.
The Security Council of the United Nations is meeting to discuss the situation.
Hady Amr, the US envoy, has already arrived in Tel Aviv to hold talks with Israeli, Palestinian, and UN leaders, reinforcing the need for “sustained calm,” according to US diplomats.
According to Palestinian officials, at least 145 people have died in Gaza since the fighting began on Monday, and Israel has confirmed 10 deaths, including two children.