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Al-Rabeeah: Saudi Arabia Sent 54 Relief Planes to Gaza

Supervisor General of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, said that Saudi Arabia is continuing to send aid to Gaza, reported Ajel.SA. He said, during a live discussion with Al-Arabiya, that so far the Kingdom has sent 54 relief planes and 8 ships.

Al-Rabeeah pointed out that the Kingdom took action since the first day of the Gaza crisis, launched a popular donation campaign and operated an air bridge to the Strip.

He also pointed out that Saudi Arabia sent special types of food that do not need to be heated using fuel. The Kingdom air dropped the food in coordination with the Jordanian authorities, due to the closure of land crossings.

Al-Rabeeah reviewed the Kingdom’s humanitarian efforts, represented by KSrelief in the Strip, during the press conference held three weeks ago, at the headquarters of the Kingdom’s Embassy in Jordan.

The conference was held on the sidelines of the International Conference on Emergency Humanitarian Response in the Gaza Strip held in Jordan.

He spoke about the Kingdom’s humanitarian efforts to support humanitarian work in the strip. It launched an air bridge from which 53 aircraft have arrived so far, and a sea bridge from which 8 ships have arrived to date.

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