The group will assess whether the agency is doing everything within its power to ensure neutrality and to respond to allegations of serious breaches when they are made.

Spokesman for the AL secretary general Gamal Roshdy said in a press release on Wednesday that Abul Gheit asserted the report is proving the allegations are only part of a campaign to get rid of the agency and put an end to its pivotal role in supporting the Palestinians and addressing the humanitarian catastrophe caused by occupation crimes and
atrocities in the Gaza Strip over the past months.

The spokesman added Abul Gheit reiterated calls to countries that have suspended funding the agency to get acquainted with the outcomes of the report.