Wednesday, 17 July 2024
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Eight more relief trucks are anticipated to reach Gaza

  • A total of 74 trucks have been received, and eight more are expected today.
  • Another eight trucks bringing food, medicine, and water are anticipated to enter the Gaza Strip on Friday.
  • Life-saving humanitarian efforts are in jeopardy because there is still no agreement on fuel entering Gaza.

A total of 74 trucks have been received, according to the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Occupied Palestinian Territory, and eight more are expected today.

Due to several political, technical, and security obstacles, another eight trucks bringing food, medicine, and water are anticipated to enter the Gaza Strip on Friday, according to a senior UN official.

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Eight more trucks are anticipated today, according to UN Humanitarian Coordinator Lynn Hastings, who reported that 74 trucks have already been removed.

To secure additional humanitarian crossings in Gaza—which has been subjected to airstrikes that have claimed thousands of lives—negotiations are presently in progress with Israel.

There is pressure on Israel’s domestic politics as technical, security, and political issues are also being addressed. Life-saving humanitarian efforts are in jeopardy because there is still no agreement on fuel entering Gaza.

With more than 100 infants and 1,000 patients in need of dialysis and more than 100 in incubators, officials are also struggling to distribute the meager assistance. The UN places a high premium on allocating aid according to the most pressing needs.

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