JAF carries out 3 aid airdrops to southern Gaza

Amman, July 8 (Petra) -The Jordan Armed Forces – Arab Army (JAF) Monday carried out three airdrops of relief and humanitarian aid targeting a number of locations in the south of the Gaza Strip.

Taking part in the operation were two Royal Air Force aircraft in cooperation with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief), and one from Egypt.

JAF reiterated in a statement that it is continuing to send humanitarian and medical aid to the war-ravaged Gaza Strip via an air bridge from Marka Airport to Al-Arish International Airport, or through airdrops or land convoys to help Gazans overcome the difficult conditions they are facing.

Today’s airdrops by JAF bring the total to 113 since the start of the Israeli war, along with 264 that were conducted in cooperation with Arab and friendly countries.


08/07/2024 14:40:39