Supervisor Elham AbolFateh
Editor in Chief Mohamed Wadie

Egypt, Jordan, and UAE Coordinate Aerial Drops of Humanitarian Aid Over Gaza

Sat 11 May 2024 | 01:59 PM

In an ongoing effort to alleviate the severe humanitarian crisis in Gaza, the air forces of Egypt, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates have intensified their operations to deliver tens of tons of food and urgent relief materials to the northern part of the Gaza Strip. This collaboration underscores a broader regional initiative to de-escalate the current conflict and work towards a comprehensive ceasefire in the area.

The aerial aid drops are part of a coordinated effort involving these nations along with other international partners. This initiative is seen as a critical step in addressing the immediate needs of Palestinians in Gaza amidst ongoing hostilities. The operations include multiple daily flights by the Egyptian Air Force, in cooperation with their Emirati counterparts, focusing on delivering essential supplies to the most affected regions.

Concurrently, the Royal Jordanian Air Force is also participating in these efforts, conducting several flights to assist in the delivery of aid. This collective action represents a significant regional response to the crisis, aimed at ensuring that sufficient and sustainable humanitarian relief reaches the residents of Gaza.