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WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

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WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

2024-05-21 12:05 Last Updated At:16:57

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) warned on Monday that due to the Israel's continued ground military operations in Rafah, which has caused large-scale displacement in the Gaza Strip and the continuously worsening humanitarian disaster, the critical supplies in the Gaza Strip are expected to run out within the next few days.

The agency said that every displacement of the people in the Gaza Strip has put their lives at severe risk. People are forced to leave everything behind to seek safety, but there are no safe areas in the Gaza Strip.

The agency had previously stated that the escalating military activities by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip could potentially lead to a complete halt in aid operations in the area.

WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

WFP warns critical supplies in Gaza Strip to run out within next few days

China continues to optimize the energy consumption structure, and promote green and low-carbon development to a new height, said a senior official in Beijing on Thursday.

Since the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress in 2012, China has made a new leap in the level of energy security and stable supply, while continuously optimizing the energy consumption structure, said Zhang Jianhua, director of the National Energy Administration.

From 2013 to 2023, the total production of primary energy rose 35 percent. The installed wind power generation capacity increased by nearly five times, and the installed photovoltaic power generation capacity increased by over 30 times, said Zhang.

The official also said that China has established the world's largest charging infrastructure system. Over the course of 10 years, the proportion of coal consumption has dropped by 12.1 percentage points, while the proportion of consumption in non-fossil fuel sources such as wind power, solar power, hydropower, and nuclear power has increased by 7.7 percentage points. As a result, the "green content" of economic development has significantly improved.

So far, China is one of the world's advanced countries in terms of energy technology modernization.

In the future, the country will coordinate energy security and low-carbon transformation, reduce the consumption of fossil fuel energy, and continuously promote the transformation and upgrading of energy utilization.

Meanwhile, China is intensifying its efforts in the development of non-fossil energy, while coordinating the advancement of nuclear power, hydropower, and new energy development and utilization, aiming to promote high-quality development of energy.

"By 2025, approximately 12 million charging facilities will be established nationwide. Efforts will be made to increase the electrification level of end-use energy to around 30 percent by 2025. We will continue to expand the scale of green electricity consumption and increase the proportion of non-fossil energy consumption by one percentage point every year," said Zhang.

China continues to optimize energy consumption structure, promote green, low-carbon development

China continues to optimize energy consumption structure, promote green, low-carbon development

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