The UN Commission on Hunger and Food Security denies reports of famine in Gaza, contrary to findings from other organizations, and supports Israel's stance.

Despite being presented to UN Secretary-General António Guterres over a week ago, the report only surfaced recently, sparking commentary on discrepancies between its findings and the Secretary-General's narrative on Israeli actions in Gaza.

Israel allowed 70 trucks of food daily until October 7, increasing to 125 since March, totaling 17,400 trucks of aid delivered since hostilities began.

Gaza's food security, assessed on a five-level scale (Level 5 indicating famine, observed in Sudan), is better but requires additional measures for sustained food provision.