US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed on Sunday that the besieged Gaza Strip would continue to receive a “continuous flow” of humanitarian aid, the White House said.

As a second convoy of aid trucks entered the Gaza Strip from Egypt today, Biden and Netanyahu, during a telephone conversation, “said there will continue to be a continuous flow into Gaza of this vital aid” for the Palestinian population, according to a statement from the US presidency.

Fourteen trucks carrying humanitarian aid entered the Palestinian enclave of Gaza from Egypt in the evening, Juliet Touma, director of communications at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), told Reuters in Gaza by telephone from Amman. of Jordan.