Borrell told the media accompanied by the foreign ministers of Spain and Jordan, Jose Manuel Albarez and Ayman Safadi: "We must alleviate the suffering of civilians, and for this we need to increase the volume of humanitarian aid, but it does not make sense to provide food to someone who will be killed the next day." In a related context, Diaa Rashwan, head of the Egyptian State Information Service, said on Monday that efforts by Cairo and Doha to extend the humanitarian truce in the Gaza Strip could lead to the release of 20 Israeli detainees held by Hamas in exchange for the release of 60 prisoners. He continued: "There is a high probability that the truce between Israel and Hamas will be extended for two more days," according to the channel "Cairo-24" news, on Monday, noting that there may be an imminent agreement to extend.Hamas released during the first three days of the truce, 40 Israelis and 18 foreigners, while Israel released 117 Palestinian prisoners and prisoners during the same period.This agreement, the first actual step towards calm in the war raging between "Hamas" and Israel, since dawn Saturday. Last October 7, in which about 15,1500 Palestinians were killed and tens of thousands injured, compared to about <>,<> Israelis killed during Operation Al-Aqsa Flood.