GAZA: Israeli authorities re-opened on Wednesday Karam Abu Salem border crossing, located southeast of Gaza, after a two-day closure due to Jewish holidays.
Gaza commercial liaison officer Raed Fattouh said 300 trucks loaded with goods for the commercial and agricultural sectors as well as aid supplies are scheduled to enter Gaza today.
Fattouh added that amounts of gasoline, diesel and cooking gas will be also pumped into the coastal enclave.
Karam Abu Salem is the only commercial crossing through which the Israeli authorities allow the entry of commodities to Gaza. The terminal is closed on Fridays and Saturdays as well as during the Jewish holidays.