Egypt’s state-run newspaper al-Ahram said that “Secretaries of Palestinian factions under the auspices of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas have been invited to meet in Cairo next week.”
According to the newspaper, the meeting will discuss “an agreement on the steps needed to end the division and unity of the Palestinian ranks and establish a road map for the next step”. In return, the Palestinian Ambassador to Cairo, Diab al-Louh, said that Egypt would “resuming meetings of Palestinian factions in the coming days to close this file, and also a meeting of the secretaries of all factions via videoconference.” So that all final arrangements can be made to end this conflict.
Al-Louh said, according to what the newspaper reported during a telephone interview with the “Additional News” channel, that “President al-Sisi’s instructions in the dossier of the Palestinian cause were clear to end the divide between the two countries.” Restore the factions and solidarity immediately and quickly”.
Priority: Public Conciliation
And to add, “not only between Fatah and Hamas, but between all factions, with the priority of public reconciliation, and especially for personal interests”, according to the newspaper. Following his meeting with Egypt’s Director of Intelligence Abbas Kamel on Monday afternoon in the Gaza Strip, Yahya al-Sinwar, the leader of the “Hamas” movement in the Gaza Strip, spoke of Egypt’s intention to invite Palestinian factions for extensive negotiation meetings in Cairo disclosed. day.
Sinwar said a deep and serious dialogue would be initiated in Cairo. To end the situation of internal division and heal the Palestinian household. Al-Sisi sent a security delegation to the regions headed by the head of the General Intelligence Service; Kamel held several meetings as part of follow-up action to establish a ceasefire in Gaza and to discuss the Sector Reconstruction File. Before his visit to the Gaza Strip, Kamel met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
In this context, an informed Palestinian source said that Cairo was weighing in on making a breakthrough in the area of establishing a ceasefire following the recent Israeli invasion of Gaza, in addition to the country’s rebuilding record. Prisoner swap between Hamas and Israel.
On 21 May, after a 12-day military offensive by Israel on the Strip, with Egyptian and international mediation, the implementation of a ceasefire between the Palestinian factions of Gaza and Israel began, in which 255 Palestinians, including dozens of children and women, were killed. , also caused massive destruction in the area. Egypt is leading a movement to facilitate the entry of humanitarian aid, open the Rafa border post with Gaza and stabilize peace by sending intelligence chief Abbas Kamel to Ramallah, Gaza and Tel Aviv in this regard.
In this sense, Cairo on Sunday received Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi as the first official of this level to arrive in Egypt for 13 years.