G7 countries to discuss Iran’s attack on Israel on April 14

Rome, April 14 (UNI) The G7 countries plan to discuss via video link on Sunday the coordination of further actions following Iran’s attack on Israel, Bloomberg reported, citing sources.

“G7 countries plan to hold a video call on Sunday to discuss and coordinate next steps,” the agency said in a statement.

On Saturday night, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) launched a massive drone and missile attack on Israel in response to Israel’s airstrike on the consular annex building adjacent to the Iranian Embassy in Damascus on April 1. The attack then destroyed the building and killed seven members of IRGC, including two generals. Tehran pledged to retaliate.

On Sunday, The New York Times reported, citing two Israeli officials, that Iran launched 185 drones, 36 cruise missiles and 110 surface-to-surface missiles. Israeli media reported that Israel had intercepted 99% of the drones and missiles fired by Iran and was preparing a decisive response.

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