The move is aimed at enhancing diplomatic relations with the Palestinians
By Mairead McArdle
Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday announced another $112 million in relief for Palestinians and other relief projects in Gaza and said the U.S. will reopen its consulate in Jerusalem, a move aimed at enhancing diplomatic relations with the Palestinians after they deteriorated under former President Trump.
The U.S. will commit an additional $112 million helping Palestinians and for other relief projects in Gaza, including $75 million in development and economic aid, $5.5 million in disaster relief in Gaza, and $32 million for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), a U.N. agency that aids Palestinian refugees.
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