America sent aid ship to Palestinians by building a temporary port near Gaza


On the instructions of US President Joe Biden, a temporary port was built near Gaza in the sea to provide humanitarian aid to the Palestinians. Then through the same port, America’s first ship loaded with relief material for humanitarian aid reached Palestine.

President Joe Biden vowed to build a floating port in the Palestinian territory to speed up deliveries. A few days later, America sent a military ship to send humanitarian aid to Gaza. Biden has previously clashed with Netanyahu. Biden has said that Netanyahu is harming Israel.

The US military sent a ship to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza, Central Command (CENTCOM) said on Sunday, days after US President Joe Biden vowed to build a floating pier to deliver humanitarian aid to the war-torn region. Is. “The delivery of the aid comes less than 36 hours after President Biden announced the delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza by sea,” CENTCOM said in a statement. Biden announced in his State of the Union address on Thursday The US move came after the United Nations warned that there was widespread famine among Gaza’s 2.3 million Palestinians.

There is no port in Gaza

There is no port infrastructure in Gaza. The US initially planned to use Cyprus, which is offering a process for screening cargo and which would involve Israeli officials. This will remove the need for security checks in Gaza. Most of Gaza’s people are now internally displaced. But there are serious obstacles in the delivery of aid at the land border posts. Gaza has been under an Israeli naval blockade since 2007. Since then there has been very little direct sea arrivals.