Abu Marzouk: Fatah, Hamas to meet on pact implementation

By REUTERS
May 4, 2011 17:05

 
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CAIRO - Hamas leaders will meet Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas next week to start work on implementing their Egyptian-brokered reconciliation deal, a senior Hamas official said on Wednesday.

"We will have a meeting with [Abbas] next week, possibly in Cairo to kick-start the procedures for the reconciliation," Hamas deputy leader Moussa Abu Marzouk said in Cairo after the main Palestinian factions ceremonially endorsed the deal, envisaging a unity government and elections.

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