PA calls on EU, UN to parachute aid into Gaza

Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh calls on the European Union and the United Nations to “parachute aid” into the Gaza Strip, which has been devastated by fighting between Israel and Hamas.

“I call on the United Nations and the European Union to parachute aid into the Gaza Strip, especially the north,” he says, referring to the area where the IDF ground offensive is underway.

Organizations would not be able to do so without prior coordination with Israel. Israel has already allowed Jordan to carry out an airdrop of aid into Gaza.

Most aid is entering Gaza through the Egyptian-controlled Rafah border crossing.


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