UNRWA says Gaza operations to halt unless fuel brought in

The United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees says it will be forced to stop working across the Gaza Strip on Wednesday unless there are fuel deliveries to the war-torn territory.

“If we do not get fuel urgently, we will be forced to halt our operations in the Gaza Strip as of tomorrow night,” UNRWA says on X.

The group’s trucks have been used to distribute aid in the enclave.

In Beirut, Hamas official Osama Hamdan tells German news agency DPA that no hostages will be released unless fuel starts flowing into the Strip.

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