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Flotilla Meeting In Beirut
IHH (The Foundation For Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief) and a number of international aid organizations gathered in Beirut to discuss the latest updates on “Palestine Our Route, Hum
Palestine, Lubnan, MiddleEast, Turkey 01.05.2010

Representatives of European and Turkish aid organizations that run the 8-ship humanitarian aid campaign to Gaza Strip co-held a meeting in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon. Huseyin Oruc, member of the Administrative Board of IHH, noted that during the meeting which was held in Bristol Hotel, the participants from various countries discussed the latest situation regarding the flotilla campaign. 

Oruc said “We are getting ready to sail on to Gaza on 23rd of May together with a flotilla of 8 ships carrying humanitarian aid. Our plan is to embark on our journey to Gaza by June. At this meeting, we have discussed the latest updates and what needs to be done regarding the campaign.”   

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