Egypt’s authorities decided to close Rafah crossing from in both directions, on Friday and Saturday.
The Egyptian authorities on Monday resumed operating Rafah border crossing on both sides,
A team of Egyptian engineers had arrived in Gaza through Rafah Crossing to supervise reconstruction.
On Wednesday, Egypt reopened Rafah Crossing in the direction to Gaza allowing visiting Palestinians to return after its closure on Monday for technical reasons.
The Rafah border crossing remained opened on Tuesday on both sides in accordance with the directives of the political leadership.
Medical and administrative teams are stationed for facilitating the passage of the injured and their escorts to hospitals for treatment, said sources at the crossing.
The crossing has been open on an exceptional basis since May 16 upon the directives of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.
It will also allow the entry of Egyptian technical teams into the Gaza Strip, added the sources.
Medical and administrative teams are stationed for facilitating the passage of the injured to hospitals for treatment
Egyptian engineering equipment and crews are expected to enter Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing, Friday
A medical team received the injured and conducted necessary medical examinations on them.
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