The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahuadmitted this Tuesday that the Israeli Army killed “unintentionally” to the seven World Central Kitchen (WCK) humanitarian workers who died in the early hours of the morning in the Gaza Strip.

“Unfortunately, on the last day there was a tragic case in which our forces reached unintentionally to innocent people in the Gaza Strip,” Netanyahu said in a message of gratitude to the medical team who operated on him for a hernia on Monday, after being discharged.

The prime minister reiterated that The incident will be investigated exhaustively., and defended that these types of things “happen in war.” “We will do everything we can to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” she added. Shortly before, the Israeli Army announced that it will be an independent military entity, the Investigation and Evaluation Mechanism of Factswhich will investigate the attack, which has led the NGO to suspend its operations in the region.

The spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Daniel Hagariexplained in a message that has spoken personally with chef José Andrés, founder of the humanitarian group, to express his condolences for the workers’ deaths. The attack caused the death of seven NGO workers, including four foreign nationals: a Briton, a Pole, an Australian and a citizen with dual American-Canadian nationality.

It is believed that these are the first foreign aid workers killed in the Gaza war since October 7, and which has already caused more than 32,800 fatalities, most of them women and children.