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Jordan, Netherlands airdrop aid to war-torn Gaza

By JT - Feb 05,2024 - Last updated at Feb 05,2024

AMMAN — The Royal Jordanian Air Force and the Dutch Air Force carried out two air-drops on Sunday for the Jordanian field hospital in the war-torn Gaza Strip.

The relief aid to the field hospital, dubbed "Gaza/77", was dropped using specially equipped boxes with GPS-guided parachutes to ensure the delivery to specific locations within the required timelines, the Jordanian Armed Forces (JAF) – Arab Army said in a statement carried by the Jordan News Agency, Petra. 

This joint operation came in support of the Dutch side for the Jordanian stance on the Palestinian cause and as a contribution to Jordan's humanitarian efforts to support the people in Gaza, according to Petra.

The Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army (JAF) affirmed their ongoing commitment to providing all forms of support to the people in the Gaza Strip to alleviate their suffering and ensure the delivery of necessary medical supplies to the besieged territory.

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