Colombia sends plane with humanitarian aid to Gaza | News

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The Government of the President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, sent this Wednesday a plane with humanitarian aid for the population of the Gaza Strip affected by Israel's attacks.


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The Foreign Ministry of the Latin American nation detailed that the cargo will travel on a Boeing 737-700 of the Colombian Aerospace Force that left from the CATAM Military Transport Air Command.

The flight will make technical stops in the Dominican Republic, Portugal and Italy before arriving at the Egyptian Al-Arish airport.

The cargo is made up of more than a ton of supplies that include 600 hygiene kits and mats, donated by the National Disaster Risk Management Unit (UNGRD).

Upon arrival in Egypt, the cargo must be managed by the Colombian embassy in that country and delivered to the Egyptian Red Crescent, the entity in charge of storing and bringing all aid to Gaza when restrictions allow it.

On the way back, the plane will make a stop in Israel to board approximately 100 Colombians so they can return to their country.

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