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CAIRO - 2 November 2023: Al-Arish Air Airport received 66 cargo planes that transported 1,600 shipments of various relief aid for the Gaza Strip since the start of the Israeli aggression until this morning, Thursday, November 2.
Dr. Raed Abdel Nasser, Secretary-General of the Egyptian Red Crescent in North Sinai, said that the last shipment received Wednesday was transported by a plane coming from Kuwait carrying 27 tons of medical supplies and 4 ambulances, and a plane from the European Union affiliated with the World Health Organization carrying 45 tons of medical supplies and medicines.
The first planes arrived from Jordan on October 12, and the aid consisted of food supplies, medicines, medical supplies, tents, and ambulances equipped with electricity generators.They were stored in 7 secured warehouses in the city of Al-Arish, in preparation for their entry into the Gaza Strip.
The planes were received by the Egyptian Red Crescent and a number of countries' ambassadors in Cairo.
Aircraft reception data shows that the aid that arrived at Al-Arish Airport is coming from:
The World Health Organization, UNICEF, the World Food Programme, the Jordanian Charity Organization, the Iraqi Red Crescent, the International Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Qatar, Venezuela, Brazil, Russia, Pakistan, India, Algeria, Kuwait, Bahrain, Morocco, Britain, Colombia, Belgium, France, Italy and Denmark.