Rishi Sunak is set to visit Israel, possibly as soon as Thursday, Sky News understands.
The trip could be part of a broader visit to the region, which may include stops in Jordan and Egypt.
It follows visits from Germany’s chancellor Olaf Scholz today and US president Joe Biden on Wednesday.
And it comes amid growing concern about the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, with calls to open aid corridors as the Israeli military prepares for the next phase of its campaign against Hamas following last Saturday’s attack.
At least 1,400 people were killed, many of them civilians, and thousands more injured when Hamas launched a surprise attack on October 7.
Since then at least 2,778 Palestinians have died as Israel launched air strikes on Gaza and cut off fuel, water, food and medical supplies from entering the cramped territory, which is home to more than two million people.
Mr Biden is travelling to Israel and Jordan on Wednesday amid concerns the Israel-Hamas conflict could spiral into a wider regional issue.
As well as his talks in Israel, the US president will meet King Abdullah of Jordan, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz travelled to Israel for an impromptu visit on Tuesday, while French President Emmanuel Macron said he will travel to the region “as soon as I consider that we have a useful agenda and very concrete actions to drive forward”.
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