The Israeli Authorities decided to open the Kerem Shalom (Karem Abu Salem) and the Eretz (Al Mintar) Crossing to allow the entry of home humanitarian aid, fuel and cooking gas into the Gaza Strip. Yet, Israel decided to close the Nahal Oz terminal. Raed Fattouh, in charge of a committee that overlooks goods entering Gaza, told the Maan News Agency that Israeli decided to allow 94-104 trucks filled
with aid to the trade and agricultural sectors.
Fattouh added that limited amounts cooking gas and industrial fuel used by Gaza’s Power Station will be pumped into the Gaza Strip.
The Karni Crossing, east of Gaza, would be opened to allow the entry of 100 trucks filled with wheat fodder into the Gaza Strip, while the Nahal Oz terminal will not be opened.
Israeli opened the Kerem Shalom and the Nahal Oz crossings on Tuesday to allow limited amounts of fuel into the Gaza Strip.