The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East announced that 1 million 700 thousand Palestinians have been displaced in Israel’s attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7.
In the report published today by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), 1 million 700 thousand Palestinians have been forced to migrate to various parts of the Gaza Strip as a result of Israel’s attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7. It was stated that he was left behind.
The report noted that as of November 19, a total of 1 million 700 thousand displaced people were living in 156 UNRWA facilities in 5 cities of the Gaza Strip, including the north, and 770 thousand in 99 facilities in the central regions, Khan Younis and Rafah.
Reminding that approximately 160 thousand displaced Palestinians took shelter in 57 UNRWA schools in the north of the Gaza Strip until October 12, before requesting the evacuation of Israel, the report stated that UNRWA could not reach these schools to provide assistance and protect the displaced persons, and to inform them about their needs and conditions. It was reported that he had no information.
Regarding the fuel crisis in Gaza, the report emphasizes that Israel allowed the entry of 120 thousand liters of fuel on November 18 and that it was used in two days, and that the allowed fuel will only meet half of the critical daily needs. UNRWA stated that 120 thousand liters of fuel will be delivered every two days. It was noted that information was given to .
Regarding humanitarian aid, it was stated that as of November 19, 1268 aid trucks, including “200 UNRWA trucks carrying food, water, medical supplies and other basic supplies”, entered Gaza through the Rafah Border Gate.
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