Report: Netanyahu to meet with official Palestinian delegation today

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January 27, 2016 12:21

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was expected to meet with an official Palestinian delegation headed by Palestinian Authority Intelligence chief Majid Faraj in Jerusalem on Wednesday, a Palestinian radio station, The Voice of Palestine, reported.

According to the report, the Palestinian delegation to Jerusalem also includes Palestinian Minister of Civil Affairs Hussein al-Sheikh, and the Preventative Security chief, Ziad Hab al-Rih.

Speaking of the upcoming meeting, a senior member in Fatah's central committee told The Voice of Palestine that the Palestinian delegation will tell Netanyahu that the "Israeli violations against the Palestinian people must stop."

The reported meeting comes several days after both Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Netanyahu publicly declared that they do not object to meeting with each other.


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