The Palestinian radical group “Hamas” published on its social networks lists of foreign citizens who can leave the Gaza Strip through the Rafah checkpoint, “Kommersant” and “Bloomberg” reported.
It is noted that the lists published by the movement include citizens of Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, and that the enclave will be able to be left by employees of the International Committee of the Red Cross and non-governmental organizations ( NGOs) that work in Gaza, but which NGOs are in question, “Hamas” does not specify. There are no Americans on the lists.
37 Bulgarian citizens and members of their families have sought assistance to leave the Gaza Strip from our foreign representations in the region, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Maria Gabriel announced two weeks ago.
About 81 wounded Palestinians will travel through the Rafah border crossing for treatment in Egyptian hospitals, officials from the Hamas-run Gaza interior ministry said. Dozens of Egyptian emergency vehicles have already entered Gaza to pick up the wounded.
There are at least 430 people on the lists, including Palestinian residents with dual citizenship, in addition to foreign nationals and staff of international and non-governmental organizations.
According to Reuters, the mediator in the negotiations is Qatar. However, all communications in the Gaza Strip, including the Internet, were cut this morning and there is no new information from there.
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