Pentagon: Establishing a temporary port in Gaza will take several weeks Pentagon: Establishing a temporary port in Gaza will take several weeks

Pentagon: Establishing a temporary port in Gaza will take several weeks

Pentagon: Establishing a temporary port in Gaza will take several weeks

The Pentagon said on Friday that establishing a temporary humanitarian port in Gaza will take several weeks. This came in a press conference by Pentagon spokesman Pat Ryder, in which he said that the port will contribute to "providing more than two million meals a day to the residents of Gaza."

The Pentagon said on Friday evening that establishing a temporary humanitarian port in Gaza will take several weeks.

This came in a press conference by Pentagon spokesman Pat Ryder, in which he said that the port will contribute to "providing more than two million meals a day to the residents of Gaza."

He pointed out that Washington "continues to coordinate with partner countries (which he did not name) regarding the port," including Israel, which will be "responsible for the security aspect," without giving more details.

On Thursday evening, US President Joe Biden announced, during his State of the Union address, that he had issued instructions to the US army to establish a temporary port on the Gaza coast.

Biden added that more humanitarian aid "will enter Gaza by sea through the port without American soldiers setting foot in the Strip."

As a result of the war and Israeli restrictions, the residents of Gaza are on the verge of famine, in light of a severe scarcity of food, water, medicine and fuel supplies, with the displacement of about two million Palestinians from the Strip, which has been besieged by Israel for 17 years.

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  2. The Pentagon aims to establish a temporary humanitarian port in Gaza, providing over two million meals daily. Coordination with partner countries, including Israel, is ongoing. Biden instructed this effort.





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  3. Biden added that more humanitarian aid "will enter Gaza by sea through the port without American soldiers setting foot in the Strip."

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