EU working on creating maritime humanitarian corridor to support people in Gaza

EU working on creating maritime humanitarian corridor to support people in Gaza
EU working on creating maritime humanitarian corridor to support people in Gaza

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen attends the College of European Commissioners' meeting in Brussels, Belgium March 5, 2024. — Reuters pic

BRUSSELS, March 6 — European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will travel to Cyprus this week as the bloc explores a possible humanitarian corridor through the Mediterranean island to support the population in Gaza, her spokesperson said today.

“Our efforts are focused on making sure that we can provide aid to Palestinians,” the spokesperson told journalists, adding: “We all hope that this opening (of the corridor) will take place very soon.”

In Nicosia, a government spokesperson said: “On Friday she will visit, along with the (Cypriot) president, the infrastructure related to some phases of the plan.”

Cyprus, located some 370 km northwest of Gaza, is the closest European Union member state to the region. It has campaigned for months for the creation of a sustained, one-way sea route carrying aid directly to the enclave. — Reuters

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