News ID: 8606
Publish Date: 26 June 2012 - 13:43
The Egyptian authorities have allowed the travel of 1220 Palestinians passengers via the Rafah border terminal on Monday, Ayub Abu Shaar, the director of the Palestinian side of the Rafah terminal, said on Tuesday.

He told the PIC that the Egyptian authorities have allowed this number of passengers to cross in one day, adding that it was recorded for the first time since the Israeli navy attack on the Turkish aid ship Mavi Marmara when the crossing was reopened.

Abu Shaar, noting that the travel procedures did not change, hoped that more facilities would be implemented at the terminal in the few coming days, adding that the Egyptians have promised improvement in the near future.

The facilities come only one day after results of the Egyptian presidential election was announced with the victory of Mohammed Morsi, the renowned Islamic contender.

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