Jordan successfully sends aid to Ramallah: wheats, grains, medicine

(Photo: Palestinian Ministry of National Economy)
OCCUPIED WEST BANK — On Sunday, the Jordanian government officially handed over the initial aid convoy to the Palestinian government in Ramallah, marking a significant step in their collaborative relief efforts. This convoy, initially loaded with wheat, will be succeeded by a second batch containing grains and medicines once logistical arrangements are finalized, as reported by the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The comprehensive aid package amounts to 45,000 tonnes of wheat and grains, complemented by seven trucks carrying essential medical supplies. Reflecting on previous initiatives, in October, the Jordanian government dispatched six trucks loaded with medicines and medical supplies to Palestine. Following this, in November, urgent medical and pharmaceutical aid was promptly delivered to the Jordanian Field Hospital in Gaza. Further bolstering these efforts, additional medical aid was provided just this Saturday.

The Palestinian Minister of National Economy elaborated on the distribution plan, stating that the wheat quantity would be processed into flour and distributed in 50 kg bags to targeted groups according to a mechanism defined by the government. This integrated relief approach aims to address critical needs and sustain support for those affected in Gaza and the West Bank.

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