Palestinians state sending clinical guide through Tel Aviv is a 'spread for standardization' of binds with Israel.
Palestinian Authority rejects UAE help sent by means of Israeli air terminal
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has dismissed a guide shipment from the United Arab Emirates, as indicated by the Palestinian wellbeing pastor.
In a news gathering on Thursday, Mai Kaila said her nation would not get the clinical guide as the Emirati side disregarded to facilitate with them.
"The UAE has not facilitated with us in regards to the clinical guide, and we reject to get it without coordination," said the pastor.
"We are a sovereign nation, and they ought to have facilitated with us first."
Prior on Thursday, Maan News Agency, known for being near the PA, said refering to educated sources the choice came as the guide showed up at Israel's Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.
'Spread for standardization'
On Tuesday, an Emirati flight conveying clinical guide for Palestinians arrived at an Israeli air terminal in the wake of taking off from Abu Dhabi, denoting the primary open trip between the two states regardless of the UAE not having any official binds with Israel.
Etihad Airways, the state-claimed air transporter, affirmed the flight.
"Etihad Airways worked a committed philanthropic load departure from Abu Dhabi to Tel Aviv on 19 May to give clinical supplies to the Palestinians," the aircraft told The Associated Press news organization on Tuesday.
Israeli columnist Itay Blumental tweeted two photographs of the airplane, with the subtitle: "To Palestinians, with affection from Abu Dhabi through Israel."