Israeli occupation authorities decided to partially open the Kerem Shalom and Karni crossings in officers to provide certain goods to Gaza on Monday. Transfer would bring the number of cars to enter the strip 200, while Israel may be imported into new vehicles in Gaza earlier this month.
Raed Fattouh, a Palestinian official said about 140 truckloads of goods in agriculture and trade zone, as well as 20 new cars are allowed in four years.
Limited quantities of bottled gas as domestic and industrial fuel for Gaza power plant will also be allowed through the crossing itself. Fattouh said the Karni crossing will open to allow 122 trucks loaded with wheat and foodstuffs of animal origin in the Gaza Strip.
On Sunday, Israel opened the Kerem Shalom, where 40 trucks registered. In addition, 136,710 pounds of gas for cooking and 18, 4,014 liters of industrial fuel was transferred, officials said. Israel approves new cars entering Gaza – the first time in four years.