Hamas: Indirect Gaza cease-fire talks with Israel set to restart next week

September 10, 2014 23:19


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A senior Hamas official on Wednesday said indirect talks with Israel on a comprehensive cease-fire regarding the recent Gaza conflict deal were slated to resume next week in Cairo, AFP reported.

Exiled Hamas deputy chairman Mousa Abu Marzouq, told reporters in Gaza City during a visit from his current residence in Cairo that the Egyptian-mediated negotiations were due to resume in "mid-September."

Under the terms of an open-ended cease-fire agreed upon by Israel and the Palestinians on August 26 to end 50 days of fighting, the sides were due for further talks starting withing a month from the commencement of the temporary truce.

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