Libya's Governement of National Unity announced on Monday evening the dispatch of an aid shipment to Palestine in support of the people of Gaza, under the supervision of the Ministry of Defense and the Military Medical Service.
The government posted photos on its Facebook page showing part of the aid provided, which contained subsistence and relief materials.
This comes after the Libyan Arab Armed Forces General Command dispatched "a shipment of medical and humanitarian aid to Gaza" on October 26.
Arab and Islamic support campaigns are continuing to be provided to the people of the Gaza Strip which has been besieged by the Israeli occupation forces for the last month.
As of November 6, more than 10,000 Gazans have been killed, including 4,104 children, 2,601 women and 611 seniors.
Aid shipments to Gaza are usually received by Egypt, which then coordinates their entry through the Rafah land crossing for delivery to the humanitarian aid distributors inside the Gaza Strip.
Last Friday, the United Nations estimated that Gaza and the West Bank would need $1.2 billion of humanitarian aid until the end of 2023.