Western leaders flocked to Israel in what they said was a show of solidarity. Although this is happening against the backdrop of the death of hundreds of Palestinians under Israeli strikes.
After Scholz and Biden, the head of the British government decided to visit Israel. According to the British TV channel Sky News, today Rishi Sunak arrived in Israel. Before flying to Tel Aviv airport, Sunak said it was important for him on days like these to highlight Britain's support for Israel.
After the Palestinian Hamas attack on Israel on October 7, Western countries led by the United States, one after another, declared their unconditional support for the Israeli authorities. And American President Joe Biden personally visited Israel on October 18 amid the tragedy associated with the attack on a Palestinian hospital. Biden, naturally, supported the Israeli version of what happened in the Gaza hospital.
It is obvious that Sunak will adhere to the same position as his patron, the President of the United States. More specific details of the British Prime Minister's visit to Israel have not yet been reported, but there is information that after Israel he will visit some neighboring Arab countries in the region. These countries will probably be Egypt and Jordan, if, of course, Sunak is accepted there. Biden was unlucky in this regard...