Egypt sends 130 trucks loaded with aid supplies, including foodstuffs, medicines, clothes, and household essentials to Gaza Strip, after 11-days of conflict that saw lots of bloodsheds came to a halt after an Egypt-brokered ceasefire.
The government issued a statement that said, 2,500-tonne aid package, provided by the Tahya Misr Fund under the presidency. The aid also includes supplies as mattresses, disinfectants, face masks, and baby formula.
The move came hours after the ceasefire between Hamas and Israelis. The 11-day conflict killed at least 232 Palestinians and 12 Israelis.
Few days before the truce, Cairo announced it would allocate $500 million to the reconstruction of Gaza.