The delegations from Hamas and Fatah are in arrived in the Egyptian capital of Cairo to attend the meetings of the Palestinian National Dialogue.
Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath sources reported that die Hamas and Fatah delegations will hold separate meetings with Egyptian officials on Wednesday.
There will also be a roundtable discussion between the Hamas delegation and Egyptian security officials, and Egypt is expected in Will present an internal Palestinian reconciliation initiative to the meetings of the Palestinian National Dialogue.
The sources confirmed that the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas did not attend the national dialogue meetings in Cairo will attend.
Egypt had confirmed it last week die invited Palestinian factions to an urgent meeting in Cairo, which was then broadcast on official television.
She stated that the meeting aims to have a unified vision in Regarding a number of dossiers to be reached, including the stabilization of the ceasefire.
Meanwhile bat die Hamas instructed the Egyptian intelligence director to hold a meeting of factions under the auspices of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
This happened after an Egyptian security delegation die Obtained approval for a face-to-face meeting between Fatah and Hamas and a tentative agreement to form a united Palestinian national leadership.
An important Egyptian role
It is noteworthy that Major General Abbas Kamel, director of the Egyptian secret service, had arrived in the Gaza Strip to die Meet leaders of the Palestinian factions and a few days ago on the strip’s first visit to an Egyptian intelligence chief since the beginning of this century.
Kamel’s visit is seen as part of Cairo’s efforts to re-establish a more prominent role in mediating between Israel and the Palestinians and to revive the deadlocked peace process between the two parties.
It is worth noting that Egypt in has worked hard for the last few weeks die stop recent Israeli-Palestinian escalation, die at 10 mosque in Jerusalem and plans die Displacement of the Palestinians from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of the city for Jewish settlers.
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