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Up to 207 trucks carrying fuel, cooking gas, and relief materials enter Gaza

An official source in North Sinai announced the entry of 207 trucks of fuel, cooking gas, and aid through the Rafah border crossing at North Sinai and the Karm Abu Salem (Kerem Shaloum) crossing in central Sinai.

Up to 123 trucks carrying relief and humanitarian aid entered through the Karm Abu Salem crossing, and 84 trucks came through the Rafah land crossing gate.

The trucks that were brought into the Gaza Strip through the Rafah land crossing included 78 trucks of relief and humanitarian aid, medicines, medical supplies, two fuel trucks, and four cooking gas trucks for homes, the source explained.

The Egyptian Red Crescent reviewed the volume of humanitarian aid that entered Gaza Strip through Rafah land crossing gate since the start of Israel’s war on Gaza.

It announced the arrival of 528 planes to al-Arish International Airport and 34 ships to different ports, including the sea port of al-Arish, Port Said, and Suez, carrying aid to the Gaza Strip provided by 40 Arab and foreign countries and 13 regional and international organizations.

The Egyptian Red Crescent added that 7,179 trucks carrying 111,490 tons of various relief aid were delivered to the Gaza Strip, including 4,688 trucks carrying 70,608 tons of food supplies.

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