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Iran, Egypt discuss ways to send aid to Gaza
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c_330_235_16777215_0___images_stories_famous_02_amirabd2.jpgTEHRAN – Top Foreign Ministry officials from Iran and Egypt held talks on how to send humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.
The meeting between Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and Egyptian Deputy Foreign Minister Mohammed Badreddin Zayed took place on the sidelines of the Palestine Committee of the Non-Aligned Movement’s meeting in Tehran on Monday.
Amir-Abdollahian expressed hope that the Egyptian government would provide necessary facilities for sending humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip and issue required permissions to transfer the wounded Palestinians to Iran for treatment.
Israel is conducting intensive attacks on the Gaza Strip from the air, land, and sea. The death toll has reached 1888, with women and children the main victims.
The officials also discussed the ways to halt the Zionist regime’s aggression on Gaza and agreed to continue cooperation to reduce the Palestinians’ miseries.
The Egyptian deputy foreign minister elaborated on regularities needed to send aid to the Gaza Strip through Egypt and expressed hope that his country would do necessary cooperation with Iran in this regard.
The Rafah border crossing, which is the main crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip, is the only way to send humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.
Israel even does not allow countries to send humanitarian aid to Gaza through Sea.

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