Such a statement was made amid the strikes perform by the Israeli military at the Palestinian enclave as Hamas militants held new missile strikes.
Meanwhile, sources state that Israel and Hamas have agreed to a truce but keep this agreement secret.
The Palestinians state that 219 people died during 10 days of air attacks; the roads, buildings, and other infrastructure objects are destroyed.
According to Israeli authorities, 12 people died; numerous missile attacks caused panic.
PM of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu did not mention ceasefire during the briefing for foreign ambassadors, stating his country hold “forceful deterrence” to prevent future conflict with Hamas.
"We're not standing with a stopwatch. We want to achieve the goals of the operation. Previous operations lasted a long time so it is not possible to set a timeframe,” PM stated.
As it was reported earlier, on late May 11, a huge missile attack occurred in Tel Aviv and its vicinities. Hamas movement claimed the responsibility, stating that 130 missiles were fired in the direction of the Israeli capital city.
Earlier, Israel Defense Forces reported about 2,900 missiles launched by Hamas at the Israeli territory.
The new escalation stage is observed between Israeli and Palestine caused by clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police at Temple Mount in Jerusalem and consideration of the remove of Palestinians from Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem by the Supreme Court of Israel. As a result, the Supreme Court of Israel made a decision to postpone the consideration of the case.