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Security officials and Egyptian Red Crescent authorities have informed about this. Aljazeera also reports that the Red Crescent’s first truck has crossed the border. Hundreds of trucks with medicines and other essentials are waiting at the border. Only 20 trucks cross the border a day.
Trucks were sent on the 15th day of the war. Egyptian television also released footage of trucks heading to Gaza.
The U.S. Embassy in Israel said it was informed that the border had opened at 10 a.m. local time. However, the Red Crescent said that there are about 2.3 million people living in Gaza and that 20 trucks of aid will do nothing.
Yesterday, US President Joe Biden announced that he will visit Gaza in two days. Biden also stated that the President of Israel and Egypt had expressed their willingness in this regard.
The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres held a press conference at the Rafah border last day, demanding that the trucks stopped at the border be allowed to cross.
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There have been reports of a worsening humanitarian crisis in Gaza, which has been under a total blockade for eleven days amid Israeli airstrikes. It is reported that people drink sewage water and are prone to infectious diseases.
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