On the night of Thursday to Friday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with Benny Gantz, a tenor of the Israeli opposition who joined Mr. Netanyahu’s war cabinet, “about efforts to increase and accelerate the passage of essential humanitarian aid to Gaza,” according to Washington.
Since October 9, Israel has imposed a “complete siege” on the Palestinian territory, cutting off deliveries of water, electricity, food and medicine. International aid to Gaza arrives in dribs and drabs by truck from Egypt, in insufficient quantity according to the UN, which is calling in particular for the delivery of fuel to operate the generators in hospitals. “With winter fast approaching, precarious and overcrowded shelters, as well as lack of drinking water, civilians face an immediate risk of famine,” the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) warned on Thursday. united.
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