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Qatar Confirms Extension Of Gaza Truce For An Additional 2 Days.



Qatar Confirms Extension Of Gaza Truce For An Additional 2 Days.

(CTN News) – According to the foreign ministry of Qatar, an extension of the humanitarian truce in the Gaza Strip has been agreed upon for an additional two days.

Hamas has confirmed that the temporary truce has been prolonged in collaboration with Egypt and Qatar, under the same terms and conditions.

Israel’s stance remains unchanged as an Israeli official restated their position, expressing willingness to extend the truce by one day for the release of every group of 10 hostages.

In return, three times the number of Palestinian Gaza prisoners would be set free on each occasion. The official further specified that the maximum duration for these extensions would be five days.

The United Nations announced that 61 trucks loaded with medical supplies, food, and water successfully reached northern Gaza yesterday, taking advantage of the temporary ceasefire to provide aid to the besieged coastal region.

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has reported that an additional 200 trucks were sent to the Gaza Strip from Nitzana, Israel.

As per the statement, 187 of these trucks successfully crossed the border by early evening local time. Furthermore, the statement mentioned that Al-Shifa Hospital, which had been subjected to intense fighting in recent days, received eleven ambulances, three coaches, and a flatbed to aid in evacuations.

The humanitarian agencies will be able to send more aid into and across Gaza as the pause continues. The Palestinian and Egyptian Red Crescent groups were thanked for their efforts.

It is worth noting that the truce agreed upon last week was the first cessation of fighting in seven weeks since the captives were taken by Hamas fighters. This incident resulted in the death of approximately 1,200 people, according to Israeli figures.

In response, Israel launched an air, artillery, and naval offensive to eliminate Hamas, resulting in the death of around 15,000 people, according to the Hamas government in Gaza.


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