More than 12 vans and vehicles , heading to Gaza and laden with humanitarian relief, have entered the Algerian territories coming from Morocco , to mark the second time that the land boarders open between the two countries ,after the first time that took place last year for the passage of Lifeline 4 aid convoy.
The Algerian daily “ Alshrooq Alyoumi” said that 17 vans and vehicles have joined the said convoy so that the total number became 29 vehicles laden with big quantities of foodstuff and medicine.
The convoy which carries the name of “ Roads to Hope “ was organized by Bristol Gaza Link Association in Britain.
The coordinator of the convoy ,Mohammad Al-Haddad said , while entering to the Algerian territories that “ This convoy has no relation with the politicians or party members, and it includes 67 international activists from various nationalities of Arabs and Europeans.
The convoy started its voyage from Britain on the 10th of October to France, Spain, Morocco, and now in Algeria.