Major General Ghassan Alian, the coordinator of government activities in the territories, announced that Israel has sent over 1,200 humanitarian aid trucks to the Gaza Strip in the past three days. Currently, 500 trucks are awaiting entry on the Palestinian side at the Kerem Shalom checkpoint, where UN agency representatives are expected to meet them.

Alian urged the UN to fulfill its duty by swiftly distributing humanitarian aid to those in need, instead of blaming Israel for any mistakes or shortcomings.

Since the conflict began, a total of 398,530 tons of humanitarian aid has been delivered to Gaza through the Kerem Shalom and Rafah checkpoints, carried by 21,219 trucks.

Additionally, humanitarian aid has been dropped from aircraft 62 times, totaling 3,608 aid packages. Furthermore, 225 tons of aid have been transported to Gaza by sea.