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Jordan, France airdrop medical aid to Gaza

Jan 05,2024 - Last updated at Jan 06,2024

C-130 aircraft from the Royal Jordanian Air Force and the French Air Force conducts two airdrops in the vicinity of the Jordanian Private Field Hospital/ 2 in Khan Younis , Gaza, on Friday (Petra photo)

AMMAN — C-130 aircraft from the Royal Jordanian Air Force and the French Air Force conducted two airdrops on Friday in the vicinity of the Jordanian Private Field Hospital/2 in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.

The assistance included medical supplies and treatment materials delivered via designated boxes equipped with GPS-guided parachutes, aiming to reach specific locations within the necessary timeframes, according to a statement issued by the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army.

The joint operation seeks to highlight the French support for Jordan’s steadfast position on the Palestinian issue and support Jordan’s humanitarian efforts to support the people in Gaza, emphasising its crucial role in unifying international efforts and delivering aid.

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