Gaza, 26 Dzulqa’dah 1435/21 September 2014 (MINA) – Palestinian unity government officials from Hamas and Palestine Liberation Organizsation agreed to hold a meeting in Cairo next Tuesday, to solve the new problem that hampered the unity process.
Azzam Al-Ahmad, a senior member of the Fatah, said in a press statement on Saturday (20/9) that Cairo has agreed to mediate the meeting, which is requested by his party in order to tackle all of the obstacles they have for the sake of national unity.
In line with Ahmad, Member of the Political Bureau of Hamas, Mousa Abu Marzouk declared, Cairo will sponsor the mid-week meeting, Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) correspondent in Gaza reported.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian foreign ministry in an official statement denied rumors on Egypt regret to host Palestinian reconciliation meeting, as the ministry emphasized, “the news completely untrue and has no basis and is not in line with the role of Egypt who consistently helps Palestine.”
Both Hamas and Fatah agreed the reconciliation last May by forming a unity government with Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah. Reconciliation points of agreement have not been fully resolved, regarding several security issues in Gaza.
The completion of the unity government was postponed as Israel launched strikes against the blockaded Gaza for 51 days, which left thousands of Gazans killed and injured.
The next meeting is expected to resolve all its problem roots.(L/K01/R04/P3)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)