Ramalla, 17 November (IANS). The leaders of the Islamic Hamas Movement and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Fatah have resumed reconciliation talks in Cairo with the aim of ending internal divisions between the two sides and achieving unity.
Hamas spokesman Abdul Atif al-Kanoua in Gaza told reporters Monday afternoon that the delegation of both movements met in Cairo to continue talks on Monday, which has been in operation for more than a month, according to Xinhua. .
Al-Kanoua said, we will work to remove the obstacles and solve some of the existing problems.
Earlier on Monday, Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye told the cabinet in an online meeting that a Fatah delegation would discuss the elections with Hamas in Cairo.
He said, I would expect the agreement to be expedited to speed up an agreement to set a date for frequent and inclusive elections for the Legislative Council and the Presidency and to strengthen democratic life and end internal divisions. Am
Despite the history of the conflict, Fatah and Hamas have recently announced an agreement to resolve differences.