A leading delegation from the Hamas movement visits Damascus on Wednesday A leading delegation from the Hamas movement visits Damascus on Wednesday

A leading delegation from the Hamas movement visits Damascus on Wednesday

A leading delegation from the Hamas movement visits Damascus on Wednesday A spokesman for the Palestinian Hamas movement stated that a leading delegation from the movement headed by the head of the Arab and Islamic Relations Office, Khalil al-Hayya, will visit the Syrian capital, Damascus, on Wednesday.  The Palestinian Hamas movement announced, on Tuesday, that a leading delegation from it will visit the Syrian capital, Damascus, on Wednesday.  The movement's spokesman, Hazem Qassem, said that the delegation will arrive in Damascus on Wednesday, headed by Khalil al-Hayya, head of the movement's Arab and Islamic Relations Office, according to Anatolia.  Qassem added that "the delegation's visit is part of a visit that a number of delegations of the factions will make to Damascus."  Qassem did not disclose the nature of the files that the delegation will discuss with Syrian officials.  On September 15, Hamas announced that it is continuing to normalize its relations with the Syrian regime.  In a statement at the time, she stated that this decision serves "the nation's service and its just causes, at the heart of which is the Palestinian cause, especially in light of the accelerating regional and international developments."  Hamas severed its relationship with Damascus in 2012, in support of the Syrian revolution.

A spokesman for the Palestinian Hamas movement stated that a leading delegation from the movement headed by the head of the Arab and Islamic Relations Office, Khalil al-Hayya, will visit the Syrian capital, Damascus, on Wednesday.

The Palestinian Hamas movement announced, on Tuesday, that a leading delegation from it will visit the Syrian capital, Damascus, on Wednesday.

The movement's spokesman, Hazem Qassem, said that the delegation will arrive in Damascus on Wednesday, headed by Khalil al-Hayya, head of the movement's Arab and Islamic Relations Office, according to Anatolia.

Qassem added that "the delegation's visit is part of a visit that a number of delegations of the factions will make to Damascus."

Qassem did not disclose the nature of the files that the delegation will discuss with Syrian officials.

On September 15, Hamas announced that it is continuing to normalize its relations with the Syrian regime.

In a statement at the time, she stated that this decision serves "the nation's service and its just causes, at the heart of which is the Palestinian cause, especially in light of the accelerating regional and international developments."

Hamas severed its relationship with Damascus in 2012, in support of the Syrian revolution.

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