The United States and Israel have jointly agreed upon a plan to enable humanitarian aid delivery to Gaza’s civilian population, as conveyed by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken from the US embassy’s branch office in Tel Aviv.
Emphasizing the urgency of the situation, Blinken stated, “It is critical that aid begin flowing into Gaza as soon as possible.”
Part of this initiative considers the creation of designated areas to safeguard civilians.
Blinken acknowledged concerns about Hamas potentially interfering with the aid delivery once it reaches Gaza. He assured that the US would condemn and strive to prevent any such actions.
In appreciation of Israel’s agreement to the plan, Blinken revealed that US President Joe Biden is set to further discuss this agenda during his upcoming visit to Israel on Wednesday.