The Nahal Oz Crossing was opened on Wednesday morning to allow for the transfer of fuel paid for by the European Union, Israel Radio reported.
Over 300,000 liters of fuel will be brought from Israel to the Gaza Strip over the course of the day.
The transfer was made possible after the EU reached an agreement with the Palestinian Authority over the rules of supervision of electricity revenues that the organization had previously suspected could reach Hamas.
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