The United States is discussing sending peacekeeping forces to Gaza after Hamas collapses.
According to U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Richard Blumenthal, negotiations are underway to create a multinational force in Gaza after Israel eradicates Hamas. The senators emphasized that there is early closed diplomacy on establishing a peacekeeping force in Gaza, although they said it is unlikely to include U.S. troops.
"There are ongoing discussions about the possible composition of an international force," Van Hollen said, declining to go into specific details.
Earlier today, the media reported that the United States and Israel had begun discussing the future of the Gaza Strip.
What is happening in the Gaza Strip
Three weeks after the invasion of Israel by Hamas militants, a new escalation occurred in the conflict in the Middle East. The IDF has brought its troops into the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Currently, the Israeli Defense Forces continue their operation in northern Gaza, claiming to expand the zone. Meanwhile, active shelling of the Gaza Strip continues. According to the latest reports, the power and communication have been cut off again;