France said that the shooting of more than 100 Palestinians while they were waiting for aid was "unjustified" and the facts related to the incident must be revealed.

Deputy Foreign Ministry spokesman Christophe Lemoine said in a statement, “It is Israel’s responsibility to abide by the rules of international law and protect the distribution of humanitarian aid to the civilian population.”

Macron comments

French President Emmanuel Macron expressed at dawn on Friday the "strongest condemnation" of the killing of Palestinians during the distribution of humanitarian aid in the northern Gaza Strip, demanding that the "truth" of what happened be clarified and that "justice" be achieved for the victims.

"Deep indignation at the images coming from Gaza, where civilians were targeted by Israeli soldiers. I express my strongest condemnation of these shootings and demand truth, justice and respect for international law," Macron wrote in a post on the X social media platform.

Canada describes what happened to the aid convoy in Gaza as a "nightmare"

Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie said the killing of dozens of people waiting for an aid convoy in Gaza was a "nightmare" and called for an end to the fighting in the Strip.

“When it comes to what happened in Gaza today... I have to say I think this is a nightmare,” Jolie told reporters in Ottawa. “We have to make sure that international aid is sent to Gaza and that people are protected when they go and get that aid.”

Türkiye: Israel committed a new crime against humanity

Turkey on Thursday described the events that led to the killing of more than 100 people, according to Hamas, during the distribution of food aid in Gaza City, as a “new crime against humanity.”

The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated in a statement that “Israel has added a new crime to its crimes against humanity.”

The statement continued: “The fact that Israel, which condemned the residents of Gaza to famine, this time targeted innocent civilians standing in queues to receive humanitarian aid, is evidence that (Israel) deliberately intends to destroy the Palestinian people as a whole.”

Spain: What happened in Gaza is “unacceptable”

Spanish Foreign Minister José Manuel Albarez denounced what happened in Gaza on Thursday, saying on the X platform that “the unacceptable nature of what happened in Gaza, where dozens of Palestinian civilians are dying while waiting for food, underscores the urgent need for a ceasefire.”

According to health authorities in Gaza, more than 100 Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire while they were waiting to receive aid on Thursday at the Nabulsi roundabout near Al-Rashid Street, but Israel doubted the number of deaths and said that many of them died because aid trucks ran over them.

According to Palestinian health officials, at least 112 people were killed and more than 280 others were injured in the incident.

Medical teams stated that they were unable to deal with the volume and type of injuries, as dozens of wounded were transferred to Al-Shifa Hospital, which is only partially functioning after the Israeli raids on it.

Borrell condemns the "new massacre" in Gaza

European Union Foreign Policy Coordinator Josep Borrell on Thursday condemned what happened in Gaza during an aid distribution process, and said on the X platform, “I am horrified by reports of another massacre among civilians in Gaza who are in dire need of humanitarian aid,” adding that the deaths “ Totally unacceptable."

 He stressed that "depriving people of humanitarian aid constitutes a serious violation" of international humanitarian law, adding that "humanitarian aid must be allowed to reach Gaza without obstacles."