Publish dateFriday 24 May 2024 - 13:19
Story Code : 290858
The green light of the Israeli regime to resume negotiations for the release of the hostages in the shadow of the possible verdict of the Amnesty International Organization
One day after the recognition of the independent state of Palestine by three other European countries and Amnesty International's threat to issue an arrest warrant for Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of crimes against humanity, the Israeli war cabinet has decided to resume negotiations for the release of hostages and a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: According to AFP, this permission was issued while the Israeli army continued to bombard areas in the north and south of this besieged part of the Palestinian territories on Thursday.
According to this media report, "the negotiating team has been ordered to return to the negotiating table and prepare the ground for the return of the hostages."
According to Euronews, the indirect negotiations between the Hamas movement and the Israeli regime in early May through the mediation of Qatar, Egypt and the United States did not lead to an agreement for a ceasefire in Gaza along with the release of Palestinian hostages and prisoners.
This is despite the fact that over the past 7 months, more than 35,700 Palestinians have been martyred as a result of the aggression of the Zionist regime.
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