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Qatari grant set for distribution in Gaza


Monday، 06 September 2021 01:11 PM

HE the Chairman of Qatar's Committee for the Reconstruction of Gaza, ambassador Mohamed al-Emadi, announced that an agreement has been reached regarding the Qatari grant and the opening of the Gaza crossings in order to establish a state of calm and stability in the Strip.
HE al-Emadi said that during the past few days, meetings were held with all parties with the agreement to completely reopen the crossings to meet the main needs of the sector, while providing various facilities that would help all parties to get out of the crisis situation and ease the tension in the region.
He stressed that the meetings achieved positive results that will be built upon in the files and issues related to improving the living conditions of the residents of the Gaza Strip, in full co-ordination with the United Nations and the Palestinian Authority and in agreement with all parties.
He also stressed that these results will have a clear positive impact on improving the living conditions in the Gaza Strip.
HE al-Emadi indicated that the procedures related to the disbursement of the Qatari grant to needy families have been completed in agreement with the Palestinian Authority and the UN, pointing out that the disbursement process will start according to the mechanism agreed upon with the UN during September, after the UN completes all technical procedures related to the disbursement process.
He also made it clear that the grant for Gaza employees will be disbursed in coordination with the Palestinian Authority during the coming days, and in agreement with the various parties. HE al-Emadi urged the parties to assume their responsibilities to maintain calm and stability, with the aim of improving the conditions of the population living in extremely difficult humanitarian conditions, and so that international organisations and institutions could also resume implementing various projects, including reconstruction and support for the various sectors in Gaza, the most important of which is the health sector.

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