“Significant progress” in Gaza ceasefire talks

In negotiation about one Ceasefire There is open movement in the Gaza Strip and the release of Hamas hostages. State-affiliated Egyptian television reported Monday that “significant progress” was made on several contentious points of the deal under discussion during talks in Cairo. Al-Qahira News quoting a senior Egyptian official.

Accordingly, Qatari and Hamas representatives left the Egyptian capital. It was reported that they would “return within two days to finalize the terms of the agreement”. Al-Qahira News. US and Israeli delegations are also leaving Cairo “in the next few hours,” according to the broadcaster. These consultations are expected to continue over the next 48 hours.

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Negotiations have been stalled for weeks

Negotiations for a ceasefire and hostage release by the US, Egypt and Qatar have stalled for weeks. Hamas and Israel have accused each other of obstructing the indirect talks.

Hamas triggered the war on October 7 with a brutal attack on Israel. Hamas militants, which the EU and USA classify as a terrorist organization, and other militant Palestinian groups have invaded Israeli cities and massacred civilians. According to Israeli reports, they killed about 1,170 people and took 250 hostages to the Gaza Strip. About 130 of them are still being held, more than 30 of whom are presumed dead.

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