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For the Gaza Strip to succeed, it needs immediate access to the West Bank, the East Jerusalem market, and the Palestinian national seat of government—all of which in turn need unfettered access to Gaza. Otherwise, Palestinians will not be able to build their economy or freely engage in such basic democratic activities as campaigning within Palestinian areas.
A number of proposals for territorial links have been discussed.
Some proposals have separate links for train service, road service, and the provision of public utilities. Some proposals package all of the necessary links highway, water, gas, electricity, communications, train and air links into the same geographical region. Whatever the solution, the international community and Israel recognized that the West Bank and the Gaza Strip represent one territorial unit in the Oslo Accords.
This means that Palestinian people and goods are assured access between both parts of the occupied Palestinian territory until a permanent territorial link is established. While Israel improved—and improves—Israeli access to its illegal settlements colonies throughout the occupied Palestinian territory, it has never permitted a fully-operational safe passage between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Palestinians recognize the actual and potential interdependency of the Gaza Strip and West Bank. Accordingly, Palestinians simply demand that Israel implement the safe-passage agreement for people and goods until such a territorial link can be completed—a matter that Israel has rejected so far. Customs arrangements and import policies regulate how goods leave and enter a specified territory.
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In part, this means that any goods entering the customs envelope will be subject to a uniform tariff and import policy, however, goods traveling within the envelope will not—e. When ratified, Palestinians believed that the Paris Protocol would open their markets to the world.
Since the occupied Palestinian territory does not have a functioning airport seaport, or control over any of its border crossings, Palestinians must rely on Israeli access points such as Ashdod Seaport or Ben-Gurion Airport. In practice, however, this has not been the case. Israel has detained Palestinian goods at access points, sometimes for weeks or months.
Accordingly, Palestinian businesspeople have resorted to using Israeli intermediaries to import and export goods.
Israeli disengagement from Gaza
This means that tariffs that would normally go to the Palestinian Authority go to Israel via the Israeli intermediary instead. Not only does the PA lose out on revenue generated from tariffs, but also goods become more expensive: Palestinian businesspeople must pay their Israeli intermediaries to handle Palestinian goods, increasing transaction costs. We've detected you're shopping from Finland, so we've set this as your delivery location.
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