Gaza aid convoy ‘must not be last’, says UN humanitarian chief

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The first convoy carrying aid into the besieged Gaza Strip Saturday “must not be the last”, the UN humanitarian chief said as trucks loaded with supplies entered the war-torn enclave.

“I am confident that this delivery will be the start of a sustainable effort to provide essential supplies... to the people of Gaza,” said Martin Griffiths after 20 trucks crossed from Egypt into Gaza.

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“This first convoy must not be the last,” he warned.

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