Relief aid trucks start moving from Al Arish toward Rafah crossing

Sudan Events – Sumaya Sayed

The Egyptian Red Crescent said that aid trucks have started moving from Egypt’s Al Arish toward the Rafah border crossing with Gaza.

Khaled Zaid, the director of the Egyptian Red Crescent in North Sinai, said that aid trucks have begun to be dispatched to the Rafah border. The trucks contain food supplies and medical equipment.

The Egyptian Red Crescent Society is currently responsible for collecting relief aid from countries and institutions that are sending humanitarian assistance. It announced through Facebook that relief aid arrived at Al Arish International Airport from Türkiye, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates, in addition to the arrival of land convoys carrying hundreds of trucks and tons of relief materials from the National Coalition for Civil Development Work (Egyptian Charity Assembly).

Gaza is experiencing a dire humanitarian crisis with no electricity, and water, food, fuel and medical supplies running out, as civilians flee to the south following Israeli warning to evacuate northern areas.

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