The Gaza Strip began to receive humanitarian aid and consumer products this Thursday, after being devastated by 50 days of war that came to an end on Tuesday night.
Today, Kerem Shalom had a long line of trucks loaded with commodities for Gaza shops, and others from the UN agency for Palestinian refugees help (UNRWA), carrying humanitarian aid.
Yesterday, a convoy of humanitarian aid from WFP (World Food Programme), was able to cross the Egyptian border to enter to the Gaza Strip, with enough food for 150,000 people over five days.
In addition, more than 200 tons of humanitarian aid from Saudi Arabia, Sultanate of Oman and Turkey, entered through Rafah to the Gaza Strip.
Israel also indicated it will flex the restrictions on the entry of goods and authorized the transit of humanitarian aid and some building materials through Erez, in Kerem Shalom.