Hamas announces new visa procedures for Gaza visitors

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 10, 2011 14:50

 
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The Hamas Interior Ministry in the Gaza Strip announced on Monday that foreigners wishing to visit the coastal enclave will be required to obtain an entry visa from the ministry.

In a notice posted on the Interior Ministry's English-language website, regulations requiring registration for both short- and long-term visitors were published just one day before coming into effect.

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