The proposed humanitarian maritime corridor to Gaza, initiated by Cyprus, has received conditional approval from Israel. However, actual aid delivery faces delays due to security concerns and Israel’s requirement for inspection and approval. The maritime aid vessel RFA Lyme Bay has been diverted, complicating the timeline, with Gaza’s population urgently awaiting relief.
Cyprus is pushing to establish a maritime corridor to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza, demonstrating its commitment to crisis management and civilian protection. President Nikos Christodoulides emphasized the importance of meetings with leaders from Egypt and Jordan in extending support to the wartorn region, highlighting the urgent need to safeguard civilians amidst the conflict.