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NextImg:Kamala Harris lays out US vision for Gaza post-conflict at COP28

Vice President Kamala Harris presented remarks detailing the United States's vision for how residents in Gaza would be treated after the conflict between Hamas and Israel comes to a close.

Harris presented broad U.S. objectives during her visit to the United Nations COP28, an environmentally focused conference, on Saturday. The vice president made a series of appearances at the event in Dubai, where she was acting as a replacement for President Joe Biden while he focused on the Israel-Hamas war. That included speaking on the country's policy decisions regarding the region.

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"Under no circumstances will the United States permit the forced relocation of Palestinians from Gaza or the West Bank, the besiegement of Gaza, or the redrawing of the borders of Gaza," Harris told Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, according to the White House.

Harris also emphasized that efforts to rebuild in the region should be pursued "in the context of a clear political horizon for the Palestinian people toward a state of their own led by a revitalized Palestinian Authority and have significant support from the international community and the countries of the region," the White House added.

Harris also announced at COP28 that the U.S. was pledging another $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund, a main finance vehicle for helping developing nations decrease fossil fuel use.

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Israel Defense Forces began their military assault within Gaza after a weeklong truce. The army bisected the region with most of its military focus to the north. It encouraged residents to move to the south. It is also having to navigate its interactions with civilians since the terrorist group has embedded itself within civilian communities.

U.S. officials have urged Israel to carry out future operations with more precision to prevent civilian casualties. Gazan officials have said more than 10,000 people have been killed since Israel started its military operations, but U.S. officials have expressed doubt over reports coming out of Gaza. The Gazan officials, whom Hamas has influence over, do not differentiate between civilians and combatants. Thousands of children are believed to be among the casualties.