For the first time in a month, the World Health Organization (WHO) managed to deliver humanitarian aid to the Ash Shifa hospital, located in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced, TASS reported.

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"After more than a month, WHO and [the organization's] partners were able to gain access to Ash Shifa Hospital in northern Gaza and deliver 19,000 liters of fuel, life-saving medicines for 150 patients and medicines for 50 children suffering from severe acute malnutrition," said Ghebreyesus on his page on the X social network.

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The WHO chief also said more than 240 patients, assisted by volunteer doctors, remain at the medical center and are in dire need of "medicine, fuel, water and food".

"The level of destruction on the territory of the hospital cannot be described," Ghebreyesus emphasized, once again calling for an immediate ceasefire in the Palestinian enclave, BTA reports.

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