Israel approves export of 25,000 carnations from Gaza to Europe
By YAAKOV KATZ
For the first time in over a year, and per the request of the Dutch Government, Israel has approved the export of 25,000 carnations from the Gaza Strip.
The flowers will be shipped to the European market and are scheduled to cross into Israel through the Kerem Shalom cargo terminal on Thursday.
They are slated to arrive in Europe by Valentine's Day.
var cont = `Stay Informed
As the war against Hamas unfolds, our unwavering newsroom remains committed to covering Israel's most profound crisis.
Sign up for our newsletter to get real-time news and in-depth analysis from our top reporters.