UAE aid shipments reach Gaza in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development

Reem bint Ebrahim Al Hashimy, Minister of State for International Cooperation, announced the arrival of a shipment of food aid for the brotherly people of Gaza, destined for the northern Gaza Strip.

The shipment, which arrived in the Republic of Cyprus from Larnaca via the maritime corridor, was made possible with the joint cooperation of the UAE, the US, Cyprus, the United Nations and international donors, including the United Kingdom and the European Union.

The shipment, which consisted of 252 tons of humanitarian supplies for the people of Gaza, was successfully unloaded at the UN warehouses in Deir al-Balah, awaiting distribution to Palestinians in most urgent need.

Al Hashimy underlined that the delivery and distribution of food supplies in cooperation with international partners and humanitarian organizations falls within the framework of the UAE’s steadfast and unwavering efforts to provide relief and address the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip.

She reaffirmed that the UAE, in line with its historic commitment to the Palestinian people and under the directives of its wise leadership, continues to provide urgent humanitarian assistance and supplies to the Strip. To date, the UAE has delivered more than 32,000 tons of urgent humanitarian supplies, including food, relief and medical supplies, shipped via 260 flights, 49 airdrops and 1,243 trucks.

The UAE continues to work with international partners to intensify all efforts to ensure the arrival and distribution of assistance by all available means, including by land, sea and air, to contribute to alleviating the critical humanitarian conditions facing the people of Gaza are confronted. Strip.