JAF Conducts 3 Airdrops Of Aid To Southern Gaza

(MENAFN- Jordan Times) AMMAN - The Jordanian Armed Forces-Arab army (JAF) carried out on Wednesday three airdrops to the south of the war-torn Gaza Strip.

These airdrops were carried out in response to the humanitarian duty and as part of the ongoing efforts of Jordan to support the steadfastness of the Palestinians and alleviate the repercussions of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

The operation involved the participation of two aircraft from the Royal Jordanian Air Force, in cooperation with Saudi Arabia's King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, and one aircraft from Egypt, according to a JAF statement.

JAF reiterated that it is still sending aid via an air bridge to supply humanitarian and medical supplies, whether by flights from Marka Airport towards Arish International Airport, airdrops on the Gaza Strip, or land aid convoys.

This endeavour is part of Jordan's continuous efforts to alleviate the suffering of Palestinians in the besieged strip and support them in light of the difficult circumstances imposed by the Israeli aggression on Gaza since October 7.

The JAF has conducted 115 airdrops since the start of the Israeli war on the besieged Gaza Strip, in addition to 265 airdrops that were conducted by the army in collaboration with other countries.


Jordan Times

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