Quebec delegation to Gaza: “We are committed to knowing that there is an element of risk”

Quebec delegation to Gaza: “We are committed to knowing that there is an element of risk”

Two Quebecers who will be part of the convoy that will go to the Gaza port with humanitarian organizations to deliver food and medical equipment say they are well aware of the risks, but they want to offer their support to the residents.

“We are committed to knowing that there is an element of risk,” Jean-Pierre Roy Valdebenito admitted in an interview with LCN on Wednesday.

Like him, Nima Maashouf and another Kiwi citizen will board a ship in the coming days that will head to the Gaza port from Turkey to transport 5,500 tons of food, medicine, and light construction materials.

“Our only role is to ensure the security of this medical aid and food equipment so that it arrives safely,” Mr. Hans said.I Maashouf, a feminist activist of Iranian origin.

“There is a symbol in this gesture to accompany, like me and my colleagues, the humanitarian workers who direct the boats to witness the delivery of these materials,” specified Mr. Rui Valdebenito.

On board this convoy will be hundreds of people from more than thirty countries, including certain figures such as the former mayor of Barcelona or even Nelson Mandela's grandson.

“We hope this will protect us,” M explained.I I'm sorry.

According to Mr. Rui Valdebenito, this intervention is necessary because governments are not doing enough to help the people of Gaza.

The nurse said: “The Canadian government is not exerting enough pressure to ensure the delivery of these foodstuffs.”

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