The head of the National Committee for the Reconstruction of Gaza, Ambassador Mohamed Al-Emadi, announced an agreement with the United Nations on Monday to allocate the Qatari grant funds for projects aimed at helping poor families in the sector, unemployment and improving infrastructure. Ambassador Emadi in GazaAl-Emadi said in a press conference that after Hamas announced the decision not to receive the funds under any condition, "the agreement on the allocation of humanitarian projects in coordination and full cooperation with the United Nations," pointing out that these projects will be to help Gaza and include improvement and development of electricity projects and support Ministry of Health. He noted that the first agreements with the United Nations will be signed on Monday for $ 20 million, for temporary employment from four to six months. Al-Emadi confirmed that the monthly grant of $ 15 million to Gaza, which will last for six months, came under the directives of Prince Tamim bin Hamad, as "urgent humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza under their difficult and tragic circumstances and based on the UN resolutions on this matter." Interpretation of the grant. The Hamas movement refused on Thursday to receive the third installment of the Qatari grant to help Gaza, rejecting the movement to "blackmail" Israel, and the way to control the introduction of funds, after a delay of more than two weeks, and refused to be part of Gaza « Election propaganda "in Israel. Qatar donated $ 150 million, including $ 60 million to buy fuel to power the power plant, $ 90 million to pay for six months to help poor families, and to help Gaza civil servants. During the press conference, Al Emadi revealed a meeting with the Minister of Civil Affairs, Sheikh Hassan, in which he invited him to review the decision of the Palestinian Authority to withdraw its employees from the Rafah crossing, pointing out that the latter promised to review the matter with President Mahmoud Abbas. The Qatari ambassador also stressed Doha's readiness to host any Palestinian dialogue in order to come up with a unified Palestinian vision to face the challenges facing the Palestinian cause. He pointed out that Hamas proposed to invite the secretaries-general of the Palestinian factions to Doha to discuss the file The Qatari ambassador also stressed Doha's readiness to host any Palestinian dialogue in order to come up with a unified Palestinian vision to face the challenges facing the Palestinian cause. He pointed out that Hamas proposed to invite the secretaries-general of the Palestinian factions to Doha to discuss the election file and determine the vision of the Palestinian issue and its mission for the next stage.
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