First truck of Turkish aid to Gaza reaches border crossing

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 4, 2016 15:51

 
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A first truck carrying Turkish-sent aid destined for Gaza arrived on Monday from the Ashdod Port to the Kerem Shalom Crossing between Israel and the southern part of the Strip.

According to the Defense Minister, the shipment included toys and diaper inside crates bearing the Turkish flag.

Personnel from the Overland Crossings Authority of the Ministry of Defense and officials from the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories unloaded the contents before delivering them to Gaza.



 

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