Report: Building materials to enter Gaza for UN projects

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July 10, 2011 14:34

 
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Between 280-290 loads of humanitarian aid will be allowed into the Gaza Strip on Sunday, the Palestinian officer who coordinates the allowance of goods with Israel said according to Ma'an. The goods will be brought in through the Kerem Shalom crossing.

Israel is reportedly allowing the import of construction goods, including cement and piping for various projects; some funded by the UN.

Limited quantities of gas for domestic use will also be allowed in.

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