President Javier Milei on Thursday visited the house of Kfir Bibas, the nine-month baby kidnapped by the extremist organisation Hamas in their attack on a kibbutz in southern Israel.
When passing through the Nir Oz kibbutz at a distance of 2.5 kilometres from the Gaza Strip, the President toured the remains of the dwelling where the baby lived together with his four-year-old brother Ariel, his mother Shiri and his father Yarden.
After visiting the zone, the head of state demanded the liberation of those kidnapped by Hamas.
Kfir Bibas is the youngest hostage in the hands of Hamas after the October 7 attack on several settlements in southern Israel close to the Palestinian enclave.
Last November 29 the extremist group announced that the tiny Argentine and his family had been killed by an Israeli airstrike on the Gaza Strip.
Hours before that information, Israeli military spokesman Daniel Hagari had announced that the family had not been kidnapped by Hamas but by another faction attacking Israel.