After the Security Council resolution, negotiations between Hamas and Israel will resume today

Egyptian media reports reported on Saturday that negotiations aimed at reaching a deal between the Israeli occupation and the Hamas movement in Gaza will resume today, Sunday, in Cairo, in the latest attempt to reach an agreement after nearly six months of the Israeli war on Gaza.

An Israeli official told Reuters that Israel will send a delegation to Cairo. But a Hamas official told Reuters that the movement would first wait to listen to the Egyptian mediators about the outcome of their talks with the Israeli side.

On Friday, the office of Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced approval for two Israeli delegations to go to Doha and Cairo to resume negotiations.

Hamas and the Islamic Jihad movement confirmed on Friday that the success of any indirect negotiations with the Israeli occupation depends on four basic determinants, including the return of the displaced to the northern Gaza Strip. (Al-Araby Al-Jadeed)

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