Israel lifts border crossing, fishing restrictions on Gaza: officials
Israel's Coordinator of Government Activities previously announced the closures of two border crossings - Erez and Kerem Shalom - and Gaza's fishing zone on Monday.
The decision followed two days of "a continuous barrage of rockets" launched from Gaza at Israel, in addition to an "escalation of attempted terror attacks", COGAT said.
COGAT announced its decision to ease the sanctions on Wednesday.
The unit went on to specify that the measures' implementation is "contingent on the continued maintenance of security and stability for the benefit of all residents of the region".
Tensions and clashes between Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories have flared up since Trump unveiled the so-called "Deal of the Century".
The deal is seen by Palestinians as a clear capitulation to the demands of the Israeli right-wing, giving Israel the green light to annex large parts of the West Bank, including settlements, which are considered illegal under international law.
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The plan would give the Palestinians limited autonomy in a small archipelago of territory with a capital on the outskirts of Jerusalem, but only if they meet the nearly impossible conditions set out by Trump.
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