The message was delivered by the Egyptian ambassador to Doha to the Qatari foreign minister.
Head of the State Information Service (SIS) Diaa Rashwan detailed Tuesday the size of aid that entered Gaza since the outbreak of fighting on October 7 through Egypt's Rafah Border Crossing.
The ceasefire began on Friday and was due to last for four days. Yet, it was extended for two additional days.
They discussed the updates of Gaza crisis and status of the current temporary ceasefire.
Chairman of the State Information Service (SIS) Diaa Rashwan indicated Sunday the details of the third day of the truce that began Friday between Hamas and Israel.
Sources revealed that 273 individuals moved to and from Gaza Strip through Rafah Border Crossing on Saturday.
Chairman of the State Information Service Diaa Rashwan stated Saturday that the four-day truce, which started on Friday, may be extended for additional seven days.
They were delivered by 975 trucks.
The minister will also meet with his Spanish counterpart.
UN Women’s Executive Director Sima Bahous shed light on Friday on the Palestinian cause and the suffering of the Palestinian people since nearly 45 days since the Israeli aggression on the Strip.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry met Thursday with UNRWA Commissioner General Philippe Lazzarini.
An aid caravan provided by the Arab League's Council of Social Affairs Ministers was launched towards Gaza Strip Tuesday.
Until present, Saudi Arabia has sent Egypt 15 jets and a ship carrying aid to Gaza.
The minister noted that France had dealt positively with the draft resolution on facilitating the entry of humanitarian aid.
Minister of Social Solidarity Nevine al-Qabaj stated Tuesday that 14,500 tons of aid had been delivered to Gaza Strip through Rafah Border Crossing.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Wednesday King Abdullah II of Jordan at Cairo International Airport to discuss the ongoing crisis in Gaza Strip.
The minister added that the killing of civilians and destruction of infrastructure cannot be justified as self-defense or combating terrorism.
“I would like to welcome to the success of the Egyptian-Qatari-American mediation in reaching an agreement to implement a humanitarian truce in the Gaza Strip," President Sisi said.
The deal also includes the entry of hundreds of trucks carrying humanitarian, relief, medical, and fuel aid to all areas of the Gaza Strip.
Those include 11,500 tons granted by Egyptian entities.