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Source: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
13 July 2007

Report No. 42

Implementation of the Agreement on Movement and Access

(13 – 26 June 2007)

The United Nations1 is submitting the 42nd bi-weekly report on the implementation of the 15 November 2005 Agreement on Movement and Access (AMA), covering the period 13 – 26 June 2007. 2

1. Overall Progress: Following heavy Palestinian factional fighting in the Gaza Strip, and the consolidation of Hamas forces there, the three main Gaza crossings were officially closed and remain closed: Karni Crossing on 10 June, Rafah Crossing 10 June, and Erez Crossing 13 June. A lack of Palestinian and Israeli coordination was the official reason reported by Israel for the closings. Israel allowed humanitarian supplies to enter Gaza through the Sufa for three days (normally the crossing usually only for aggregates) and the Kerem Shalom crossing (for five days) and in a few cases through the Erez Crossing.

2. Changes of note since Report No. 41 (12 June):
3. No Change since Report No. 41 (12 June):
Convoys between the Gaza Strip and the West Bank: Ports:

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