Egyptian Delegation Arrives in Gaza to Discuss Ceasefire Agreement


Gaza, MINA – Egyptian security delegation plans to arrive in the Gaza Strip on Thursday, through the Beit Hanoun checkpoint, Erez, from Tel Aviv.

According to Safa quoted by MINA, the security delegation arrived today to discuss with Palestinian factions about the latest developments in Gaza.

The source explained that the security delegation would discuss again to implement the agreement reached recently by Palestinian resistance factions and occupation under the auspices of Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations.

The visit of Egyptian delegation came a few days after the ceasefire which was followed by Israeli aggression in Gaza which lasted for two days.

The escalation of Israel resulted in deaths of 27 residents, mostly civilians, while four Israelis were killed by rocket fire carried out by resistance to Israeli cities and settlements.

Despite factions and occupations reach an understanding to lift Israel’s blockade of the Gaza Strip for 13 years, the occupation has refrained from implementing some of them, which led to return of escalation in the field.

Thousands of Palestinians are expected to demonstrate near security fence in the eastern Gaza Strip on Friday on the 58th week of march protesting. (T/Sj/R04)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)