How are aid workers able to do their work in Rafah? | DW News

More aid has started arriving in Gaza via a temporary floating pier built by US forces.

Israel’s military published footage reportedly showing the first deliveries arriving at Gaza’s coastline. It’s hoped more than 100 trucks a day will come ashore carrying food and other vital supplies.

The United Nations welcomed the new entry point, but said the floating pier couldn’t be relied on to solve Gaza’s hunger crisis.

For more on this, we talk to Olga Cherevko. She is a spokesperson for the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. She joins us from Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.

00:00 Intro and report
02:20 Interview with UN spokesperson Olga Cherevko


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