July 22, 2024

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There is no progress in the negotiations between Hamas and Israel, new talks on stopping the fighting tomorrow

There is no progress in the negotiations between Hamas and Israel, new talks on stopping the fighting tomorrow

Although Hamas said it went to Egypt with a “positive mindset” to reach an agreement, such an agreement has not yet been reached, representatives of both parties said.

The currently proposed proposal provides for the exchange of Israeli hostages for Palestinian prisoners and a temporary cessation of fighting (the duration is said to be 40 days).

According to an Israeli official – who preferred to remain anonymous – Hamas will put an end to this by continuing to press for an end to the war in Gaza. He added, “Reports that Israel has agreed to end the war as part of a prisoner exchange deal or that Israel will allow mediation to ensure the end of the war are false reports.”

The negotiations are led by the second man in the political wing of Hamas, Khalil Al-Hayya. The mediators are: the United States, Egypt and Qatar.

At the end of March, Israel left the negotiating table in Doha (Qatar) due to “unrealistic conditions.” Now, according to several media outlets, there is more hope after the United States assured Hamas that Israel will agree to a ceasefire once an agreement is reached.

A representative of the Palestinian extremist group Hamas said that no progress had been made in the talks. “Today’s negotiations are over and there will be a new round tomorrow.”

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