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OCHA: Israel still imposes restrictions on the entry of vital goods to Gaza
OCHA: Israel still imposes restrictions on the entry of vital goods to Gaza
The UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs (OCHA) on Friday said that Israel still imposes restrictions on the flow of vital goods and needs from and into the besieged Gaza Strip which hampers post-war reconstruction and recovery efforts.
Sunday, June 14,2009 08:39
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The UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs (OCHA) on Friday said that Israel still imposes restrictions on the flow of vital goods and needs from and into the besieged Gaza Strip which hampers post-war reconstruction and recovery efforts.

 

The UN humanitarian arm added that only 512 truckloads of goods were allowed in Gaza in last week, noting that this amount of shipment is less than one fifth of the loads that used to enter Gaza in early 2007.

 

OCHA said that the entry of essential goods and services, including materials for reconstruction, spare parts for water and sanitation projects, as well as industrial and agricultural materials remain either restricted or banned outright.

 

It also noted that no petrol or diesel fuel has entered Gaza through the Nahal Oz fuel pipeline since the second of November 2008 except for limited quantities for the UNRWA.


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