Hamas official: Indirect Israel-Palestinian talks to resume next Monday in Cairo

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October 21, 2014 02:38

 
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A senior Hamas official said indirect talks between Israel and Palestinian negotiators on the Gaza cease-fire - that ended Operation Protective Edge - were set to resume in Cairo on October 27, AFP reported Monday.

"Hamas and the Palestinian factions will take part in a session of indirect negotiations with the occupation (Israel) on the 27th of this month at the invitation of Egypt," AFP quoted Hamas deputy leader Mussa Abu Marzuk as saying.

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