Amid ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, Jordan and France airdropped seven tonnes of humanitarian aid to civilians and aid workers in the Gaza Strip.
Taking to X on Friday, January 5, French President Emmanuel Macron wrote, “In a difficult context, France and Jordan delivered aid by air to the population and those aiding them.”
“The humanitarian situation remains critical in Gaza” after three months of conflict,” he added.
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He also shared a photograph of an airman on a military plane’s cargo ramp accompanied by visible parachutes in the sky.
The airdrop includes medical supplies and treatment materials being delivered via GPS-guided parachutes to specific locations within the required timeframes.
The joint operation came in support of alleviating the suffering of Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli army launched a devastating war on Gaza, resulting in 22,600 martyrs and 57,910 injuries, massive infrastructure destruction, and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe forcing large numbers to flee.