The Israeli Authorities decided, Tuesday, to partially open its trade crossings with the Gaza Strip to allow the entry of some foodstuffs, and to enable the export of flowers and strawberries.Raed Fattouh, a crossing official in Gaza, said that the occupation would allow 65 – 75 trucks into the Gaza Strip through the Kerem Shalom (Karem Abu Salem), south east of the Gaza Strip.

The trucks will be filled with supplies to the trade and agricultural sectors in Gaza.

Fattouh added that two trucks, loaded with flowers, and two trucks filled with strawberries will be allowed to leave the Gaza Strip, and that Israel will allow the pumping of natural gas and industrial fuel through the terminal.

Israel said it would allow the entry of 85 trucks filled with fodder and wheat through al-Mintar (Karni) crossing.