Fatah in Cairo to discuss renewing Hamas reconciliation process - report

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 16, 2019 08:49
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Palestinian sources reported that a Fatah delegation has arrived in Cairo to discuss renewing the reconciliation process with Hamas, according to Kan news.

A senior Palestinian official was quoted by the sources as saying that "this is an Egyptian initiative and currently there are no direct talks occurring between the Palestinian organizations."

Egyptian attempts at a reconciliation process between Hamas and Fatah led to an agreement in October 2017, but the agreement has not been implemented.

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