US to Provide Humanitarian Support to Gaza Residents

As the war between Israel and Hamas intensified, concerns about the safety of civilians in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip and the humanitarian crisis deepened, the United States began to deploy diplomatic power in earnest in response.

On the 15th, President Joe Biden introduced the phone call he had with Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas the previous day on the social media platform ‘ “We are working with local partners to do this,” he said.

President Biden also said to the families of missing Americans in Israel, “We promise not to leave them (missing Americans).”

In response, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan introduced, “Addressing humanitarian issues in the Middle East, including efforts to provide urgently needed humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people, especially the people of the Gaza Strip, is President Biden’s top priority.”