JAF Conducts 3 More Airdrops Of Aid Into Southern Gaza

(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)

Amman, July 10 (Petra) -Jordan armed forces (JAF)-Arab army on Wednesday conducted three additional airdrops of relief and humanitarian aid, targeting a number of sites in the southern Gaza Strip.
The airdrops carried relief and humanitarian aid to support Gaza people under the ongoing Israeli war on the coastal enclave, according to a JAF statement.
Two Royal Jordanian Air Force aircrafts took part in the operation, in cooperation with Saudi Arabia's King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), and another Egyptian aircraft.
The JAF confirmed their continued efforts to send humanitarian and medical aid via an air bridge from Marka Airport to El-Arish International Airport, or through airdrops into Gaza, or land aid convoys to help Gaza families overcome difficult situations.
To date, the JAF carried out a total of 115 airdrops since the start of the Israeli war on Gaza and 265 other airdrop operations, in cooperation with Arab and foreign countries.


Jordan News Agency

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