21 international organizations call for immediate end to Gaza siege
PARIS, — 21 international human rights organizations have called for fresh international moves to lift the siege on Gaza immediately and without any conditions attached.
The organizations in a report to be published on Tuesday said that Israel’s measures to "ease" the siege on Gaza under international pressures did not change anything in the lives of the civilian population of the Strip.
The non-government organizations, including Amnesty International, and the Norwegian Refugee Council, said that no enough construction materials were allowed into Gaza.
They said that only "minor" progress was made in the freedom of movement for civilians while noting no tangible development on Gaza exports.