Egypt’s Parliament Recommends Supplying Gaza With Electricity, Fuel
The Arab Affairs Committee at the Egyptian People’s Assembly of the Parliament recommended on Thursday conducting a legal study to determine and improve the operational methods of border terminals between Gaza and Egypt, and also recommended providing the coastal region with power and fuel supplies should Israel refrain from implementing its commitments regarding providing services to the area as part of its responsibility as an occupying force.
The Assembly discussed the suffering of the Palestinian people, living under illegal Israeli siege and ongoing Israeli military attacks, in the Gaza Strip, and stated that Israel’s illegal measures are affecting the social, economic and health sectors in the Gaza Strip.
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