The largest humanitarian network in the world calls for an end to the war and for aid to reach Gaza without restrictions The largest humanitarian network in the world calls for an end to the war and for aid to reach Gaza without restrictions

The largest humanitarian network in the world calls for an end to the war and for aid to reach Gaza without restrictions

The largest humanitarian network in the world calls for an end to the war and for aid to reach Gaza without restrictions
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The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies called on Wednesday for a ceasefire and unimpeded access for humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip, where millions of residents face a worsening hunger crisis.

The President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Kate Forbes, said in a press interview in the Philippine capital, Manila: “We are in dire need of a political solution that allows us to reach a ceasefire to deliver aid,” stressing: “We are ready to make a difference... We have to "We can get there, and in order for us to get there there has to be a ceasefire."

She indicated that she saw the “terrible” situation in the Rafah area during her visit last February, explaining that “there is no longer enough housing... there is no longer water, and there are not enough sewage toilets. We had a hospital without equipment.” “Unfortunately, what I feared happened, which is that there would not be enough food.”

Forbes appealed to "the governments of all parties, to negotiate a ceasefire, so that we can bring in aid," adding: "My job is to make sure that when it happens, we can provide the necessary assistance. So they have to do their job so I can do my job."

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies is the largest humanitarian network in the world, and supports the local work of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in more than 191 countries.

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 18 years.

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