Egypt decides to open the Rafah crossing after being closed for more than two months

The Egyptian authorities decided, on Saturday, to open the Rafah land crossing for four days in both directions, from Monday to Thursday.

The spokesman for the Interior Ministry, Iyad Al-Bazm, said in a statement that arrived together: The crossing will open in both directions, starting from next Monday for four days.
He added, “The travel details and statements, and the dates for conducting a Corona examination for travelers, will be published by the General Authority for Crossings later on Sunday.”
It is noteworthy that the Rafah crossing has been closed for 65 days, and there are 7,000 humanitarian cases waiting.

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