Diaa Rashwan confirmed that the truce agreement will begin today morning at seven in the morning Gaza time, after the Palestinian and Israeli parties agreed on its detailed provisions, under the auspices of Egypt, Qatar and the United States.
Rashwan added that within the framework of the truce agreement, "130,<> liters of diesel and four trucks of gas from Egypt will enter the Gaza Strip daily."
He continued: "The flow of humanitarian aid from Egypt to the Gaza Strip will also begin, as soon as the truce agreement enters into force, where 200 trucks, loaded with food, medicines and water, will be brought in daily for the first time in fifty days."
"In conjunction with the truce, Egypt will continue to receive groups of wounded and injured children from Gaza for treatment in the country," he said.
He pointed out that "the willing foreigners and dual nationals detained in the Gaza Strip will be received, and their travel to the countries of which they are nationalities will be facilitated."
He concluded: "For the first time since the start of the conflict, the Egyptian side will allow the entry of Palestinians stranded in the country into the Gaza Strip at their will."