France Navy Ship On The Way To Gaza To Support Hospitals Which Are On Risk Of Collapsing

On Wednesday, the French President, Emmanuel Macron, stated that France would be sending one of its navy vessels to support the Gaza Strip’s hospitals, which are currently at risk of collapsing under Israeli siege and bombing.

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The vessel would depart from Toulon in 48 hours, the French leader mentioned during a joint press conference held in Cairo with Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt’s President.

France would send a planeload of various medical tools and equipment to Egypt that could be transported into the Palestinian territory.

References: Barrons, WSJ

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