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The evacuation of Russian and CIS citizens from Gaza has begun
The evacuation of Russian and CIS citizens from Gaza has begun. Thirty-five citizens of Russia and the CIS had arrived at the Erez border check point on the Israeli-Palestinian border by 10.00 a. m. Moscow time, the refugees told Tass. There are 160 people on the evacuation list, including 124 people who have Russian citizenship. The experience of the previous evacuation on June 21 showed the actual turnout might be 50 percent less. People might change their mind at the last moment for purely personal reasons; someone does not want to lose a job, while others simply do not want to leave their houses unattended. In the first stage of the evacuation in June seventy-three Russian citizens and seven citizens of Belarus abandoned the Palestinian enclave. The Russian embassy in Israel ensures safe evacuation in close contact with the Israeli, Palestinian authorities and the authorities of Jordan. The people will be evacuated by the same route used during the previous evacuation - first, transit across Israel and further on to Amman, from where the refugees will be taken on board a plane of the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations.
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