Last night, on June 29, 2018, as part of a unique and complex medical operation run by the 210th Division, six Syrians (four children) who were moderately to severely injured, were brought into Israel and given medical treatment. According to Syrian reports, the children's families were killed by the bombings in Syria. The injured Syrian civilians were transferred to a hospital in Israel after receiving life-saving first aid by IDF troops.
As the earthquake devastated infrastructure, engineers are needed on the ground to survey buildings in the affected area, and to assess whether or not they remain safe to use. The delegation also includes search and rescue and other military personnel.
The assistance will be provided by Israel’s embassy in Senegal in accordance with immediate needs on the ground.
(Communicated by the MFA Spokesperson)
Agreement Reached Between Israel Electricity Company and Palestinian Authority to Increase Electricity Supply to Jenin.
A little more than two years have passed since the start of the Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism (GRM) operations, and a significant change of the Gaza Strip is apparent. With tens of thousands of housing units built or renovated, and the construction of hundreds of projects is underway, what started out as cautious optimism is defined today by many as what is shaping the Gaza Strip as a whole and in particular, with the local economy.