The aircraft transported 1.8 tons of medical supplies and equipment for the Moroccan field hospital in Gaza, according to the state-owned media outlet Maghreb Arab Press (MAP).
The hospital, managed and erected by the Royal Armed Forces (FAR), has been operational since June in the Gaza Strip. The hospital has 13 doctors and 21 nurses with different specialties, including cardiology, gynaecology, paediatrics, radiology, traumatology, ophthalmology, and emergency care.
The Moroccan ambassador to Egypt, Ahmad Tazi, supervised the arrival and transport of the aid in Cairo.
The initiative comes from King Mohammed VI in the context of a new humanitarian aid project by Morocco to humanitarian help Palestine.
The aid will be transported from Cairo to Gaza by land.
Morocco also sends food and other necessities through the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity.
The Egyptian and Palestinian authorities are participating in the operation as well.
The initiative comes shortly after the Trump administration decided to Palestinian people of the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), the main Palestinian aid agency.