Israel To Allow Nearly 300 trucks Into Gaza
Palestinian liaison official in Gaza, Raed Fattouh, stated that the Israeli Authorities decided to allow 290-300 trucks loaded with aid to the trade, agriculture and transportation sectors into the Gaza Strip through the Karem Abu Salem (Kerem Shalom) crossing, on Thursday.
Fattouh stated that 20 new cars would be allowed into the coastal region, in addition to four trucks filled with equipment for the Sheikh Ejleen project, funded by the German development agency.
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