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Blinken Announces Another $112 Million In Assistance For Palestinians, Gaza Relief Projects


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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