Hamas confirmed that it had received the drugs for the hostages in Gaza

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Hamas has confirmed that it has received the drugs and has begun delivering them to the hostages in Gaza, the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced today. Qatar and France brokered a deal between Israel and Hamas in January for the emergency delivery of medical supplies to hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.

In return, humanitarian and medical aid should be delivered to civilians in that Palestinian enclave, reports Reuters.

"Qatar received these certificates as an intermediary in the agreement that includes the delivery of medicines and the delivery of humanitarian aid to civilians in the Gaza Strip, especially in the most threatened and damaged areas, in exchange for the delivery of medicines that are necessary for the hostages in Gaza," the spokesman said. of the Qatari Ministry, Majet Al Ansari.

By the way, the United States again today vetoed the draft resolution of the United Nations (UN) Security Council on the war between Israel and Hamas, blocking the call for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire. 13 members of the Council voted for the text prepared by Algeria, while Great Britain abstained. It was the third American veto since the beginning of the conflict on October 7, Reuters reminds.

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