Over 14,000 tons of humanitarian aid were transferred from Israel into the Gaza Strip last week, the IDF announced on Tuesday in its weekly summary of COGAT operations.
"A total of 637 truckloads, consisting of 14,069 tons of humanitarian aid, were transferred into the Gaza Strip from Israel via the various crossings," read a statement by the IDF Spokesperson.
According to the statement, the shipments consisted of hundreds of
thousands of liters of fuel; 21 truckloads of milk formula and baby
food; 897 tons of cooking gas, 66 truckloads of fruits and vegetables;
51 truckloads of wheat, 27 truckloads of meat, poultry and fish; 40
truckloads of dairy products; 117 truckloads of animal food; 37
truckloads of hygiene products; 22 truckloads of sugar; and 38
truckloads of clothing and shoes.
In addition, 781 medical patients the Gaza Strip crossed into Israel and
the West Bank along with their chaperones for medical treatment. Into
Gaza, meanwhile, went four truckloads of medicine and medical equipment.
Aside from humanitarian and medical supplies, 191 staff members of
international organizations crossed into the Gaza Strip, and 202 crossed
from the Gaza Strip into Israel.
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