Gaza, 17 Shawwal 1435/13 August 2014 (MINA) – A Member of political bureau of Hamas Palestinian resistance movement and one of Palestinian delegation in indirect talks between Israeli occupation regime and Palestine, dr. Mousa Abu Marzouk said that they faced difficult negotiation in Cairo.
“We face difficult situation, there was no satisfactory results in first day of ceasefire. We will face second and final ceasefire,” Abu Marzouk said in his Facebook on Tuesday.
He added that the negotiations was serious and the Palestinians stand is clear. Palestinian delegation will continue struggling for achieving Palestinian’s demands.
Until the news published, the talks still continue in Cairo. Many parties expected that they reach a deal before the ceasefire end, Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)’s correspondent in Gaza reported.
Ceasefire for 72 hours starting on Monday (11 august 2014) is second ceasefire. Previously, there was no deal in the first negotiations between Palestinian and the Israeli occupation regime delegation. Israeli occupation regime delegation chose to leave Cairo without agreeing or refusing to Palestine’s demands.
Basic demands of Palestinians is to meet standards of human rights. The demands consist of lifting blokade on Gaza permanently; opening Rafah border crossing for transportation needs and opening seaport and airport in Gaza. (T/K01/Syt/E01)
MI’RAJ ISLAMIC NEWS AGENCY (MINA)