Israeli occupation forces allowed on Thursday 670 trucks loaded with goods and aid into the Gaza Strip via the Karam Abu Salem crossing.
The trucks carry goods for the commercial and agricultural sectors along with aid supplies and transportation, Raed Fattouh, chairman of the coordination committee for the entry of goods into the Gaza Strip said in a statement.
"As many as 180 trucks loaded with gravel and 90 laden with construction materials were also allowed to enter into the Gaza Strip," according to Fattouh.
Fattouh added that amounts of gasoline, diesel and cooking gas were also pumped into the crossing.
Karam Abu Salem is the only commercial crossing through which the Israeli authorities allow the entry of commodities to Gaza.