Ops Ihsan aid received in Gaza, says Zambry


KUALA LUMPUR: The humanitarian aid sent through two previous Ops Ihsan shipments has safely been received by the intended recipients in Gaza, says Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir (pic).

He received the report on the successful delivery personally, he added.

"(The aid to Gaza) has arrived and... we have received the report that the shipments reached their intended recipients as planned,” he told reporters after attending Friday prayers with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim at the Kuala Lumpur Mosque here Dec 8.

Zambry also urged Malaysians to pray that everything would go well with the third shipment of humanitarian aid due on Dec 17.

The inbound 60-tonne shipment is the largest sent so far, with the first being 20 tonnes of medical supplies, food and items for infants, and the second shipment weighing 16 tonnes. – Bernama

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