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At the summit in Cairo, agreement was reached on the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza.

At the summit in Cairo, agreement was reached on the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza.

At the “peace summit” in Cairo, an agreement was reached on the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip, al Arabiya TV channel reported, citing Egyptian Presidential spokesman Ahmed Fahmy.

“At the summit in Cairo, agreement was reached on the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza,” said the spokesman for the Egyptian leader.


According to him, the disagreements that arose during the summit concerned the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and the degree of condemnation of the conflicting parties.


A summit on the Palestinian issue was held on Saturday in the Egyptian capital of Cairo with the participation of more than 30 states and a number of international and regional organizations.


Earlier, Sky News Arabia reported that participants in the Cairo summit on Palestine would not accept the final statement due to disagreements between the Arab and European delegations.


According to the channel’s source, disagreements arose between the Arab and European delegations over the wording “Israel’s right to self-defense” and the issue of condemning the Palestinian Hamas movement.

On Saturday morning it became known that trucks with the first humanitarian aid for the Gaza Strip began to pass through the Rafah checkpoint into the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian Red Crescent Society stated that twenty trucks with medicines and food for the population of the Gaza Strip crossed the Rafah checkpoint, the cargo was transferred to the Palestinian Red Crescent.