US military sent humanitarian aid to Gaza

US military will provide aid to Palestinians through a temporary ferry in the Central Command area

hey United States Central CommandResponsible for the army, announced this Friday (May 17, 2024) the launch of an operation to provide aid in Gaza. This operation uses a floating pier created to receive aid through the Maritime Humanitarian Aid Corridor.

However, according to the Central Command statement, US military troops did not land in Gaza. Donations have been made by many countries and humanitarian organizations in aid for the Palestinians. is here Complete Details (PDF – 110 KB).

Deputy Spokesperson of United Nations (United Nations), Farhan Haq, according to him, appreciated the initiative to provide assistance without political or military interference.

“We are grateful to the United States, with the support of other Member States [da ONU]“To support the sea corridor as an additional route for aid to Gaza”He said.

Haq also said that about 640,000 people left Rafah after the Israeli offensive in early May. Now, a part of humanitarian efforts should be allocated to guaranteeing housing for the homeless.

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Hamas said it had accepted the proposal to establish a ceasefire in Gaza.

The Palestinian extremist group said it agreed to the terms of a deal brokered by Egypt and Qatar to end the conflict that began on October 7, 2023. However, Israeli officials refused to accept the proposal.

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