Foreign Ministry approves Greek offer to send Gazan aid

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July 3, 2011 21:18

 
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Israel considers Greek Prime Minister George Papanderou's proposition to transport the flotilla's humanitarian aid to Gaza under UN supervision reasonable "as long as cargo is checked for any chance of weapons smuggling," Army Radio reported Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yigal Palmor as saying on Sunday.

Palmor said that Israel has no issue with transporting equipment or goods in the appropriate channels.

Greece forbid vessels taking part in the flotilla from sailing from Greek ports to Gaza last Friday.

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