The international community is closely monitoring a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, which has been in place for three days.
Egypt negotiated the ceasefire with the support of the United States to end 11 days of fierce fighting.
But concerns remain about a possible resurgence of tensions. Israeli security forces and Palestinians clashed in Jerusalem on Friday, the day the ceasefire went into effect.
Official Palestinian media reported that an Egyptian delegation met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday to discuss ways to strengthen the truce.
The United States will soon send Secretary of State Antony Blinken to meet with Israeli and Palestinian authorities.
The United Nations Deputy Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Lynn Hastings, visited the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, which was hit hard by Israeli airstrikes. She is also humanitarian coordinator for the Palestinian territory.
She assessed the damage and said there were many needs, including shelter and healthcare. She added that the UN and other relief agencies, such as non-governmental organizations, would pool and prioritize resources for the reconstruction of Gaza.