Israel-Hamas war: IDF inaugurates 27-hectare floating dock to deliver aid to Gaza | Live

Construction continues on a floating sea dock built to deliver aid to Gaza

Construction of a floating maritime dock to deliver aid to GazaIDF

Extensive preparations by the Israeli military and the Ministry of Defense continue to accommodate a naval dock for humanitarian aid in Gaza. “This work began with a joint workshop with the Americans, which served as the basis for planning. It was carried out by the Engineering and Construction Department of the Ministry of Defense, under the direction of the IDF Southern Command, with logistical support from the Corps of Technology and Logistics Department, in cooperation with the US Army, Engineers of the Coordinator of Government Operations in the Regions,” said The Israeli military announced in a press release.

The project site covers about 270 dunams (27 ha), which is intended for large-scale exploitation and transfer of materials to the area. A remote controlled hydraulic door system is under construction. Significant electrical work is also underway to support the facility and accommodate offshore and land-based equipment. The Israeli Navy will ensure the security of the forces engaged in humanitarian assistance operations at sea from the arrival of the naval forces until the end of the operation.

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