Griffiths: The aid that entered Gaza is not enough and we need more

Griffiths: The aid that entered Gaza is not enough and we need more

UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffiths, said that the aid delivered to Gaza so far has had little impact on the lives of civilians.
Griffiths confirmed in a statement on his page on the “X” platform that the residents of the Gaza Strip need more humanitarian aid, to also include fuel and fuel.

He explained that this aid must reach civilians in need wherever they are.

It should be noted that the Gaza Strip is living in catastrophic conditions under the ongoing Israeli bombardment for more than two weeks and a stifling siege amid the collapse of the health system and the depletion of necessary living materials.

The raids launched by the Israeli army on the Gaza Strip have resulted in the killing of 5,791 individuals so far, including 2,360 children and 1,292 women, and the injury of more than 18,000 since the start of the war in the Gaza Strip.

Blinken calls on Al-Sudani to prosecute those responsible for the attacks on American bases in Iraq

The US State Department announced that its Chairman, Anthony Blinken, discussed with Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani the recent attacks on American and coalition forces in Iraq and called on Baghdad to guarantee their safety.
The US State Department said: “The Secretary of State welcomed the Iraqi government’s condemnation of the recent attacks and threats against American military personnel and coalition forces in Iraq. Secretary Blinken called on the (Sudanese) Prime Minister to prosecute those responsible for the attacks and to fulfill Iraq’s obligations to ensure security in these sites.”

Major General Yahya Rasoul, spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces, announced yesterday, Monday, a government trend to track down elements that carried out attacks on military bases where foreign forces are present.

The Ain al-Assad military bases in Anbar, western Iraq, and Harir in Iraqi Kurdistan were attacked by drones last week.

On October 10, the Secretary-General of the Hezbollah Brigades movement in Iraq, Abu Hussein Al-Hamidawi, threatened to target American bases in Iraq if the United States intervened in the Gaza war.
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