- Published on Monday, 11 June 2012 13:10
On Monday, 11th June, Israeli occupation forces opened Karam Abu Salim Crossing, south of Gaza Strip and allowed the admission of 240 trucks loaded with goods, aid and artificial fuel needed to operate the electricity station in Gaza.
Gaza crossing official, Raed Fattouh, said that "Israeli authorities opened the crossing and allowed for 230 to 240 loaded trucks to enter Gaza for the Industrial, agricultural and transportation sectors."
Fattouh said 11 trucks loaded with Cement and construction iron, 30 trucks loaded with gravels are for the UNRWA projects, 5 trucks loaded with cement and iron and 29 other loaded with cement are for the UNDP project.
Fattouh confirmed that limited amount of cooking gas are to be pumped and solar to be provided for the transportation sector.