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President Joe Biden Speaks On The First Delivery of Humanitarian Aid to Gaza

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President Joe Biden declared that the initial group of humanitarian assistance had successfully made its way across the border into Gaza and provided aid to Palestinians in need, following the terrorist attack conducted by Hamas on Israel on October 7th.

“The opening of this essential supply route was the result of days of diplomatic engagement at the highest levels,” President Biden says. “I made it clear from the outset of this crisis–in both my public statements and private conversations–that humanitarian assistance was a critical and urgent need that had to get moving, and I express my deep personal appreciation for the leadership of President Al-Sisi of Egypt, Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel, and the United Nations to allow the resumption of this assistance.”

President Biden announced that the United States is dedicated to guaranteeing uninterrupted access to food, water, medical care, and other forms of assistance for civilians in Gaza, with no interference from Hamas.

“We will continue to work with all parties to keep the Rafah crossing in operation to enable the continued movement of aid that is imperative to the welfare of the people of Gaza, and to continue working to protect civilians, consistent with obligations under international humanitarian law,” President Biden said.

“We also continue to work around the clock, in partnership with Egypt and Israel, to facilitate the ability of U.S. citizens and their immediate family members to exit Gaza safely and travel via Egypt to their final destinations,” President Biden said.


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Maggie October 21, 2023 - 7:45 PM

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