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.
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.
They were delivered by 975 trucks.
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.
Those include 11,500 tons granted by Egyptian entities.
Those are working with the Decent Life Foundation and the National Coalition for Civil Work.
Chief of the Egyptian Red Crescent Khaled Zayed stated that four aid jets landed in Arish International Airport Monday.
On the other hand, 400 dual nationals had gathered to cross into Egypt through Rafah Border Crossing.
The minister highlighted the logistic obstacles imposed by the Israeli side, including the recurrent shelling of the border crossing.
Al-Arish Air Airport received 66 cargo planes that transported 1,600 shipments of various relief aid for the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the Israeli aggression until this morning, Thursday, November 2.
The Decent Life Institution launched an initiative called "From A Human Being to A Human Being" that is aimed at supporting Palestinians by preparing humanitarian aid.
France had voted in favor of the resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on October 26 and calling for a humanitarian truce.
An Israeli official said that humanitarian aid to Gaza will significantly increase in the coming days due to Egyptian and US pressure, Israeli Channel 13 reported.
Egypt is intensifying efforts to provide humanitarian aid to those in need in the Gaza Strip through the Rafah border crossing.
27 planes carrying humanitarian aid from Arab, foreign states arrive in Arish since Oct. 12
They upped the total to 24 aircraft that brought shipments donated by foreign countries and international organizations.
Head of the Red Crescent in North Sinai Khaled Zayed told press Friday that 31 more lorries carrying aid from local donors for Gaza Strip arrived at Arish in the past few hours.
Upon arrival, the aid shipment was received by officials from the Red Crescent, with coordinated efforts to expedite its entry into the Gaza Strip as swiftly as possible.