Under pressure from the United States, the Israeli government opens a new crossing for humanitarian aid to enter Gaza world

Under pressure from the United States, the Israeli government opens a new crossing for humanitarian aid to enter Gaza  world

Israeli tanks monitor Israel's border with the Gaza Strip, on May 12, 2024. – Photograph: Amir Cohen/Reuters

The Israeli government announced that it opened a new border crossing with the Gaza Strip on Sunday (12) for humanitarian aid to enter the Palestinian territories.

The passage has been opened yet Pressure from the United StatesWhat It will coordinate border operations in cooperation with Israeli forcesaccording to the Israeli government.

This post has been run as An alternative route for humanitarian aid to enter GazaEspecially in the northern and central Gaza Strip – the other route for aid to arrive is the Rafah crossing, in the far south of the Palestinian territories and on the border with Egypt.

This Sunday, the Kerem Shalom crossing was partially reopened so that seven trucks loaded with fuel tanks could enter Gaza, according to Israeli coordination for the Palestinian territories.

A new door was opened after the United States pressured Israel for more channels for humanitarian aid to enter.

Israel advances on the city of Rafah in the Gaza Strip

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