Gaza, 5 Jumadil Akhir 1436/25 March 2015 (MINA) – Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah will visit the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, government spokesman said Monday.
The Prime Minister will be accompanied by a government delegation during his visit to Gaza, Government Spokesman Ihab Bseiso, IINA News quoted by Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) as reporting.
Bseiso said talks between Hamdallah and Gaza’s officials would focus on ways to solve the problems of the blockaded territory, noting that the reconstruction of Gaza would be on top of the agenda, also opening Rafah crossing.
Bseiso added that the Prime Minister and the accompanying government officials will meet, during the visit, with representatives of all Palestinian factions in the Strip.
Wednesday’s visit will be the second for Hamdallah to the Gaza Strip since the formation of a national unity government in June last year.
A Swiss delegation visited Gaza Monday to discuss Gazans employees crisis with the Palestinian factions, as well as to support the efforts for the reconciliation.
The Minister of Public Works and Housing, Mufeed Al_husaana said to ALRAY that the government is to discuss the Gaza power crisis in its weekly meeting Tuesday, stressing that there will be urgent solutions to the crisis.
A senior Hamas official Ismael Redwan affirms that any visit to the Gaza Strip aims to end the Palestinians dispute is most welcome.
“Hamas demands to fulfill the reconsolidation agreement once and all,” Redwan said in a statement to Donia Al-Watan newspaper.
Redwan confirms that his movement rebuff’s any new talks before the reconciliation agreement to be applied. (T/R05/P3)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)