Egypt said on Thursday that it has allowed Tunisian humanitarian aid into Gaza through its Rafah border to help the Palestinian people recover after the recent Israeli bombing campaign, which killed over 200 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The Egyptian Armed Forces said that its east Cairo air base received two military planes from Tunisia carrying huge amounts of urgent humanitarian and medical aid for Palestine.
Egypt has sent tons of medical and humanitarian aid to Gaza to help the Palestinians deal with the aftermath of Israel's deadly offensive on the Strip.
Egypt has continued to open its Rafah crossing to allow stranded Palestinians and humanitarian cases to cross the border in both directions.
Medical and administrative teams are stationed at the terminal to facilitate the passage of the injured and their escorts to hospitals.