Israel was set to allow humanitarian aid to pass into the Gaza Strip on Monday, with 80 trucks loaded with medical supplies and food expected to cross through Kerem Shalom cargo crossing.
Government officials said fuel supply would be renewed via the Nahal Oz depot, after it was closed for the past week due to security concerns. Some 200,000 liters of fuel for Gaza's power station and other needs would be pumped through.
Additionally, the evacuation of dual nationals from Gaza was set to continue, with some 200 people expected to leave the Strip.
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