The Palestinian news agency "Sawa" confirmed on Sunday that an Egyptian engineering delegation will arrive in Gaza to follow up on the completion of the Egyptian projects in the strip.
Addressing a regional conference in Doha on preventing serious abuses against the children during armed conflicts, he called for protecting the children from Israeli violations inside jails.
The Egyptian and Israeli sides have agreed on an Egypt-mediated ceasefire to end days of hostilities in the Gaza Strip starting today 10:00 AM local time, Al Qahera News reported.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry called for the international community and countries sponsoring the peace process to intervene in order to stop the Israeli assaults against the Palestinian people.
The strikes left so far around 12 Palestinians killed, including children and women, in addition to 20 others wounded.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi received on Tuesday a phone call from Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
President Sisi pointed out that Egypt deployed diligent and concentrated efforts to contain the situation.
According to reports in Gaza, several civilians were killed including a 5-year-old girl and a 25-year-old woman, and at least 125 more were injured, the paper said.
Egypt has been carrying intensive Egyptian communications to control the escalation in Gaza Strip and calm the situation, according to security source.
The Egyptian Authorities confirmed Monday that Rafah Border Crossing is still open in both directions for the entry of passengers, and aid to Gaza Strip.
US Deputy Assistant State Secretary for Israeli and Palestinian Affairs Hadi Amr will accompany Lambert during her Mideast tour.
A number of Israeli armed reconnaissance aircraft carried out early on Tuesday a raid on Gaza Strip.
Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz’s office announced the decision to open the crossings, following a situational assessment he held with top military and defence officials.
Mahmoud Ezat is the former deputy Supreme Guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.
The Egyptian authorities on Monday resumed operating Rafah border crossing on both sides,
Egypt’s authorities, continued on Monday operating Rafah border crossing on both sides to facilitate the transit of stranded Palestinians and the entry of aid and construction materials to the Gaza Strip.
An Egyptian medical delegation comprising doctors of different specialties have arrived in the Gaza Strip to perform critical surgeries, Extra News reported.
The total amount provided reached more than USD 1.5 billion, issued to health, education, housing, industry, agriculture, infrastructure projects, roads, and buildings.
The Rafah crossing has been opened for the past six months, and on Tuesday, it enters its seventh month of consecutive operation to facilitate the crossing of humanitarian cases and medical aid to Palestinians.
It is also part of the Egyptian commitment announced by Sisi to quickly improve the living conditions of the Gaza dwellers.