Gaza, MINA – The Electricity Distribution Company announced on Friday, June 28 that the operation of generator power plants in Gaza, after stopping a few days ago because Israel banned the entry of fuel through crossing.
“The fuel supply of power plant was continued through Kerem Abu Salem crossing and the operation of enerator at power plant,” said company spokesman Mohammad Thabet to Safa, quoted by MINA.
He pointed out that this would have a positive impact on the distribution of electricity in all Gaza regions.
Meanwhile, in the morning, Israeli occupation decided to allow the re-entry of aid fuel from Qatar to Gaza starting today after days of closure.
Israeli occupation announced a few days ago its decision to prevent the entry of Qatari fuel into Gaza until further notice, under the pretext of launching a burning balloon launched from Gaza towards settlements on Israeli soil.
Karem Abu Salem is considered the only commercial crossing for residents of Gaza Strip who live in economic conditions that are difficult to remember due to the ongoing siege and tightening the movement of incoming and outgoing goods.
This sector has suffered from severe electricity crisis for years, electricity reached the peak of crisis for four hours, reaching only 12 parts a day. (T/Sj/P2)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)