Israel allows Gaza produce export
Israel Sunday allowed the export of strawberries, herbs and cherry tomatoes from the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian official said.
The development comes after Israel and the Islamic movement of Hamas agreed on a ceasefire following their eight-day battle last month.
The consignment includes seven trucks of agricultural products destined for Europe.
The Egyptian-brokered ceasefire envisaged lifting of Israeli curbs on Gaza's export and import, Xinhua reported.