The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs announced that 137 trucks loaded with goods were unloaded at the UNRWA reception point in Gaza.
The United Nations Office explained: “During the truce that began this morning, the scope of delivering humanitarian aid to and through Gaza was expanded by sending 200 trucks to the Rafah crossing.”
He stressed: “137 trucks of goods were unloaded at the UNRWA reception point in Gaza, making it the largest humanitarian convoy received since October 7.” "129,000 liters of fuel and four gas trucks also crossed into Gaza."
He added: "21 patients in critical condition were evacuated during a large-scale medical operation from northern Gaza, and assistance was provided to hundreds of thousands of people by providing food, water, medical supplies and other basic humanitarian items."
The office noted that "the United Nations welcomes the release of 24 hostages held in Gaza since October 7, and renews its call for the immediate and unconditional release of all hostages."
The office said, "UN humanitarian teams and partners will continue to intensify humanitarian operations to meet the needs of people across Gaza in the coming days."