The renovation of the sea corniche of northern Gaza strip kicked off Thursday as part of the Egyptian projects to reconstruct Gaza.
A shipment of 500,000 doses of Sinovac vaccine produced by Egypt’s VACSERA arrived Monday at Gaza border crossing, where they were received by Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Gaza Strip received Sunday 500,000 doses of Sinovac vaccine produced by VACSERA as a gift from Egypt and China.
The fourth edition of the WYF started on Monday in the Red Sea resort city of Sharm El-Sheikh with the participation of a large number of youth and figures from across the world. The forum will be concluded on Thursday.
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.
Egypt’s authorities, continued on Monday 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 resumption of the crossing came upon directives of the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to facilitate the movement of Palestinian people stranded at the crossing.
Saqqa had told the publication last week that the Egyptian grant covers six projects.
The measure is meant to facilitate the crossing of stranded people and the entry of aid and construction materials into the Gaza Strip.
The world’s anti-corruption conference began in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt today, with 152 countries meeting to advance action through the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and strengthen integrity responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The second phase includes six projects, namely the development of Gaza Corniche, residential communities: Dar Misr 1 (al-Zahra city), Dar Misr 2 (Jabalia city), and Dar Misr 3 (Beit Lahia city). In addition to establishing two bridges.
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 United States welcomed Egypt’s national plans to boost human rights in cooperation with the civil society sector, a joint statement by the governments of Egypt and the US read on Tuesday following the Egypt-US strategic dialogue held in Washington, D.C.
On Wednesday, Egypt reopened Rafah Crossing in the direction to Gaza allowing visiting Palestinians to return after its closure on Monday for technical reasons.
Intelligence Chief Abbas Kamel went on a Wednesday visit to Ramallah and Tel Aviv as part of Egypt’s continuous efforts to push the peace process forward.
The resumption of the crossing came upon the directives of the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to facilitate travel movement for the Palestinians stranded at the crossing.
The Rafah border crossing remained opened on Wednesday on both sides in accordance with the directives of the political leadership.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi responded to a call from a Palestinian father from Gaza Strip who asked for a treatment for his daughter, who suffers from a serious skin disorder.
the crossing will be closed for eight days of the holidays for Eid Al-Adha and the 1952 Revolution celebration, starting on July 19 to 24.