Ma'an: Fatah, Hamas to sign agreement in four days

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October 11, 2009 13:41


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According to Palestinian sources quoted by Ma'an, Fatah and Hamas officials will meet on Thursday for reconciliation talks. The report, cited by Israel Radio, said that in 48 hours the sides would each receive copies of a document they would be asked to sign. The remaining Palestinian factions would be requested to sign the documents several days later. Conflicting reports over the resolution negotiations were heard Sunday as Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit announced that the signing of the agreement set for October 25 would be postponed for "several weeks." The Jerusalem Post could not confirm the report.

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