Palestinian President calls for humanitarian aid to Gaza Strip – Reports


On Thursday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas made a significant call for urgent humanitarian aid, including essential supplies like water and electricity, to be sent to the Gaza Strip. The request was voiced during his visit to Jordan, where he held a meeting with King Abdullah II. According to reports from the WAFA news agency, President Abbas emphasized the need to halt “Israeli aggression” and stressed the importance of providing immediate humanitarian assistance to the besieged area.

In his discussions with King Abdullah II, President Abbas underscored the urgency of ending the Israeli blockade on Gaza and opening up humanitarian corridors to ensure the delivery of vital supplies. He also emphasized the necessity of finding political solutions to put an end to the prolonged Israeli occupation, thereby paving the way for lasting peace in the region.

Furthermore, President Abbas highlighted the pressing need to release all captives and strongly condemned the killing of civilians from both sides. His call for humanitarian aid and a peaceful resolution underlines the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza and the critical need for international support to alleviate the suffering of the people in the region.

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