Monday, 19 November 2012
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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Activity Summary of Kerem Shalom and Erez crossings on November 18th

18 November 2012
Announcement of the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories
Office of the Spokesman, COGAT. Hakirya, Tel-Aviv.

Activity Summary of Kerem Shalom and Erez crossings on November 18th

COGAT Spokesman announces that today, November 18th, Israel opened the Kerem
Shalom and Erez Crossings, transferring goods into the Gaza strip, and
enabling foreign diplomats and patients to enter Israel.

Today, 80 truckloads of medical equipment and food were transferred into
Gaza. The crossings were opened in spite of the security threat facing the
staff assigned to man the crossings.

The goods transferred via Kerem Shalom included 16 truckloads of medical
equipment, specifically vital equipment, such as medicines, anesthetics and
disposable medical equipment and 64 truckloads of food.

At Erez terminal, 35 diplomatic representatives and international
organization employees exited Gaza. Additionally, the Gaza CLA coordinated
the exit of 26 patients and their escorts into Israel in order to receive
medical treatment.

The opening of the crossings was facilitated by the Coordinator of
Government Activities in the Territories, Maj. Gen. Eitan Dangot, in
conjunction with senior Palestinian Authority officials and members of the
international community.

Israel is committed to provide continued humanitarian services and
cooperation for the benefit of the uninvolved civilians residing in the Gaza

While Israel is comitted to providing continued assistance, it is subject to
the limitations created by continuous rocket fire and attacks on the part of
Hamas and other extremists groups in Gaza. Rocket attacks endanger the staff
manning the crossing and often hinder or prevent the transfer of goods.

The IDF will continue to take measures to thwart terrorist attacks emanating
from the Gaza Strip, while distinguishing between the terrorists and
uninvolved civilians.

In order to receive a video of the transfer, please contact the IDF
spokesperson unit.

Posted on 11/19/2012 11:25 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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