Weekly summary of humanitarian aid transferred to Gaza

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April 12, 2010 14:36

 
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Over the last week, a total of 482 truckloads, consisting of 11,882 tons of humanitarian aid were transferred into the Gaza Strip from Israel via the various crossings. Likewise, three truckloads of carnations were exported from Gaza to Europe.

 730,833 liters of diesel fuel and 699 tons of cooking gas also crossed into Gaza.

Additionally, 257 medical patients and accompanying individuals from the Gaza Strip crossed into Israel and the Judea and Samaria region for medical treatment and 68 Palestinians entered Israel for other various reasons. 117 staff members of international organizations crossed into the Gaza Strip, and 121 crossed from the Gaza Strip into Israel.

Essential humanitarian food products including wheat and flour, meat, chicken, fish and legumes in addition  to agricultural produce, animal feed, hygiene products and medicals supplies were among the goods that crossed into Gaza this past week.

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