Israel-Gaza War, Hostages, Argentina

Argentinian President Milei Congratulates IDF on Successful Hostage Rescue

The Argentinian President's office officially gave its thanks to Israel for rescuing the hostages, who were also of Argentinian nationality, and reiterated its opposition to Hamas terrorism.

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Argentinian President Javier Milei gave official congratulations and thanks for freeing the two hostages rescued earlier today (Monday), who were also of Argentinian nationality, and reiterated the country's opposition to Hamas terrorism.

Earlier today, the IDF announced that it had freed two hostages held in Rafah, Fernando Marman and Louis Har, and reunited them with their families. The IDF and the Prime Minister reiterated their commitment to bringing all the hostages home.

President Milei visited Israel last week and toured the ruins of Kibbutz Nir Oz together with President Herzog, where they both gave a statements condemning Hamas.

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