Israel expected to open Gaza passages, should calm remain

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 30, 2019 22:17
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Israel is expected to open Kerem shalom and Erez crossings on Sunday to movement of commodities and Palestinian workers holding valid permits respectively, should the relative calm continue overnight, reported Haaretz. 
 
Israel is also expected to allow fishing near the Gaza Strip.

Further steps are expected according to the understandings reached with the Egyptian mediators with the terrorist group Hamas. 

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