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Over 950 Aid Trucks Entered Gaza from Egypt Last Week: Sources


Mon 03 Jun 2024 | 04:27 PM
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A high-level source reported on Monday that over 950 aid trucks entered Gaza from Egypt last week. This substantial delivery underscores Egypt's ongoing commitment to providing comprehensive support to the residents of Gaza and alleviating the severe humanitarian crisis in the region.

The source highlighted Egypt's steadfast dedication to aiding Gazans during these challenging times. Egypt has been a crucial lifeline for Gaza, regularly supplying essential goods and humanitarian aid. This latest effort is part of a broader initiative to mitigate the impact of the blockade and the recent escalations in violence.

In addition to delivering aid, Egypt is actively engaged in diplomatic efforts to secure a ceasefire in Gaza. The source confirmed that Egypt is maintaining continuous communication with all relevant parties, striving to reach an agreement that will halt hostilities and pave the way for long-term peace and stability in the region.

Egypt's role as a mediator and supporter in the Gaza crisis has been widely recognized. The country has consistently opened the Rafah crossing, the primary gateway for goods and aid into Gaza, especially during periods of heightened conflict. This crossing serves as a critical access point for humanitarian relief, given the stringent controls on other border entries.

The ongoing support from Egypt is vital for Gaza, where the humanitarian situation remains dire. The region faces chronic shortages of food, medical supplies, and other necessities due to the blockade and recurring conflicts. Egypt’s aid shipments are crucial in sustaining the population and providing much-needed relief to the beleaguered residents.