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Israel - Security Cabinet decision, 17 Jun 2010

The Security Cabinet decided to liberalize the system by which civilian goods enter Gaza and expand the inflow of materials for civilian projects under international supervision.

The Security Cabinet conducted an extensive discussion over the last two days regarding adjustments in Israelís Gaza policy.

It was agreed to:

* Liberalize the system by which civilian goods enter Gaza.
* Expand the inflow of materials for civilian projects that are under international supervision.
* Continue existing security procedures to prevent the inflow of weapons and war materiel

The Cabinet will decide in the coming days on additional steps to implement this policy.

Israel expects the international community to work toward the immediate release of Gilad Shalit.

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