Libya's Government of National Unity (GNU) announced that the Medical Supply Authority has begun preparing a shipment of medicines and medical supplies, in preparation for sending them to Gaza.
The government confirmed in a statement on Sunday that the aim of the shipment is to contribute to supporting hospitals in the Gaza Strip that suffer from a shortage of medicines and medical supplies.
On November 10, data from the Egyptian Red Crescent Society showed that Libya ranked second in terms of the volume of humanitarian aid provided to Gaza, with a load of 546.9 tons, out of the total humanitarian aid that reached the Egyptian city of Al-Arish, which was estimated at 9,262 tons.
On 6 November, the GNU announced the dispatch of an integrated aid and relief shipment in support of the people of Gaza under the supervision of the Ministry of Defense and the Military Medical Service.
On October 26, the General Command announced the dispatch of "a shipment of medical and humanitarian aid to Gaza."