Jordanian Air Force personnel airdropped emergency medical aid to the Jordanian field hospital in Gaza on Monday morning, according to a message published on X by Jordan’s king and state media.
“A Royal Air Force plane dropped urgent medical aid using parachutes to the Jordanian field hospital in Gaza, whose supplies were about to run out due to the delay in the delivery of aid through the Rafah crossing,” the official Jordanian news agency said, citing a military source at the General Air Force. Command of the Jordanian Armed Forces.
Jordan last week announced the recall of its ambassador to Israel and asked him to stay away to protest Israeli bombing of Gaza, saying the attacks had killed innocent people and caused a humanitarian catastrophe.
A senior Israeli official said this evening that the aid had been disbursed in coordination with Israel and with its approval.