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NEWYORK, (PIC)– The UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Robert Serry, said Tuesday that 80 percent of tunnels used to smuggle goods and arms into the Gaza Strip from Egypt are “no longer functioning” due to a crackdown by the Egyptian military after it ousted President Mohamed Morsi this month.
UN Middle East peace envoy Robert Serry told the UN Security Council that the Gaza Strip was experiencing “some serious shortages of fuel and basic building materials for which the tunnels had become the primary entry point due to severe restrictions on imports via the official crossings and the higher cost of fuel available from the West Bank and Israel.”
The tunnel crackdown has gathered pace since the Egyptian military ousted president Morsi from power earlier this month.
“As a result of these actions against illegal activity, according to some…
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