The Egyptian authorities on Wednesday resumed operating Rafah border crossing on both sides, upon the directives of the political leadership to facilitate the crossing of stranded Palestinians and the entry of aid and construction materials to the Gaza Strip.
Egyptian authorities on Monday continued operating Rafah border crossing on both sides to facilitate the transit of stranded Palestinians and the entry of aid and construction materials to the Gaza Strip.
The operation of the Rafah Crossing border continues Thursday in both directions, to allow aid, in accordance with the directives of the political leadership.
The Rafah crossing has been opened for the past six months, and on Tuesday, it enters its seventh month of consecutive operation to facilitate the crossing of humanitarian cases and medical aid to Palestinians.
The crossing has been operating exceptionally since May 16 to receive the wounded and other humanitarian cases and allow the entry of stranded people from both sides.
The Rafah border crossing remained opened on Wednesday on both sides in accordance with the directives of the political leadership.
Egyptian teams of engineers and technicians will also flow into the enclave to contribute to its rebuilding process, said the sources.
Medical and administrative teams are stationed for facilitating the passage of the injured and their escorts to hospitals for treatment.
Twelve terrorist were killed during the raids carried out by the Armed Forces in Northern Sinai.
This step was taken to ease the Hajj Pilgrimage for Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian embassy in Cairo expressed its gratitude to the Egyptian administration on Friday, for facilitating the procedures for Palestinian pilgrims
The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov speaks to Egypt Today in an exclusive interview about reconciliation.
Egyptian Air Forces killed three takfiri elements and arrested 59 criminals and suspects in North and Central Sinai.
As per President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's directives, the Rafah Border Crossing between Gaza and Sinai reopened on Monday.
Palestinian ambassador to Egypt Diab al-Louh thanked the Egyptian authorities, hailing Egypt’s effort in alienating Palestinian travelers’ suffrage.
Police and army men granted gifts and food aid to children of Arish city, during an “iftar” gathering.
The delegation delivered Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ greetings to the brave injured
The Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip appreciated the Egyptian support of the Palestinian cause and placed a big banner that reads "Thank you Egypt!"
Egypt dispatched on Friday humanitarian aid, food, relief and medical supplies to Gaza under the slogan “Together against Terrorism.”
The Palestinian Embassy in Cairo thanked President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi for his continuous efforts to ease the burdens of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.