The occupation requests the names of living detainees before the talks to stop the war in Cairo tomorrow The occupation requests the names of living detainees before the talks to stop the war in Cairo tomorrow

The occupation requests the names of living detainees before the talks to stop the war in Cairo tomorrow

The occupation requests the names of living detainees before the talks to stop the war in Cairo tomorrow

Egyptian sources revealed the resumption of ceasefire talks in the Gaza Strip, tomorrow, Sunday, in Cairo, in the presence of all parties, while Tel Aviv requires obtaining a complete list of the names of detainees who are still alive before sending a delegation to the Egyptian capital.

Ceasefire talks in Gaza will resume tomorrow, Sunday, in Egypt, as two Egyptian security sources revealed on Saturday, while Hebrew media quoted a senior official as saying that Tel Aviv “will not send any delegation to Cairo until it obtains a complete list of the names of the detainees who have been detained.” They are still alive with Hamas."

The two Egyptian sources said that the delegations of Israel and Hamas are expected to arrive in Cairo tomorrow, Sunday.

They revealed that the parties agreed on the duration of the truce in Gaza and the release of prisoners and detainees, adding that “completing the deal still requires agreement on the withdrawal of Israeli forces from northern Gaza and the return of its residents.”

The two sources pointed out that the death of more than 100 Palestinians by occupation fire, the day before Thursday, while they were seeking aid, did not slow down the progress of the talks, but it prompted the negotiators to accelerate the pace of the talks to maintain the progress achieved in the progress of the negotiations.

Cairo News Channel quoted a high-ranking Egyptian source as saying that “resolute Egyptian efforts are being made to reach a truce agreement before the holy month of Ramadan,” pointing to “remarkable progress in the truce negotiations.”

He pointed out that Cairo is seeking to reach a fair agreement, stressing that Egypt is continuing airdrops of aid into the Gaza Strip.

The occupation requests the names of its living detainees

On the other hand, the Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth quoted an unnamed senior official as saying, “Israel will not send any delegation to the Cairo talks unless it obtains a complete list of the names of the prisoners in Gaza who are still alive.”

The newspaper stated that the most important issue being worked on is the number of detainees who will be released from Gaza, and thus the number of Palestinians who will be released by the Israeli occupation.

The newspaper quoted the official as saying: “No delegation will leave for Cairo until clear answers are provided.”

A Palestinian official familiar with the mediation efforts has not yet confirmed the news of the resumption of talks in Cairo, and said: “With regard to ending the war and withdrawing (Israeli) forces from Gaza, the gap remains between the positions of the two parties.”

There has been no comment yet from Israel or the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), which are engaged in negotiations through mediators, including Egypt and Qatar.

International pressure has increased demanding a ceasefire in light of the death of more than 30,000 Palestinians as a result of the devastating Israeli aggression on Gaza, according to statistics from the Palestinian health authorities, and the United Nations warning that a quarter of Gaza’s population is one step away from famine.

US President Joe Biden expressed his hope that a ceasefire agreement would be reached by the month of Ramadan, which begins this year on March 10.

Speaking to reporters about the ceasefire upon leaving the White House yesterday, Friday, Biden said: “We have not reached it yet.”

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