Egyptian-Israeli talks advance in negotiations for Gaza ceasefire: Source tells Al-Qahera News

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Egyptian-Israeli talks advance in negotiations for Gaza ceasefire: Source tells Al-Qahera News

 

According to Israeli media reports, the Egyptian proposal entails the release of 33 Israeli captives, including women, the elderly, and the ill, in return for a three-week ceasefire and the restart of the deadlocked talks.

Exciting developments are unfolding in the Gaza ceasefire talks as the Egyptian and Israeli delegations in Tel Aviv are said to be making significant progress, according to a report by the Egyptian news outlet Al-Qahera News on Friday afternoon.

According to a report from the channel, there has been significant progress in aligning the perspectives of the Egyptian and Israeli delegations regarding a truce in the Gaza Strip, as stated by a well-informed high-level source.

On Friday, a delegation of Egyptian security officials touched down in Tel Aviv for talks on a proposed comprehensive framework for the much-anticipated ceasefire in Gaza.

Per the reports, Israel gave Egyptian mediators the green light to proceed with the detainees swap deal.

Egypt stressed that it is in talks with all parties with the aim of achieving a ceasefire, halting the Israeli war, and ending the suffering endured by the Palestinian people, a source told Al-Qahera News earlier today.

Egypt, alongside Qatar, helped mediate a week-long ceasefire in late November when Hamas freed over 100 captives in exchange for 240 detained Palestinian women and children.

However, subsequent talks have failed to progress on a ceasefire or detainees swap deal.

Israel has killed at least at least 34,305 Palestinians and injured 77,293, most of whom are children and women, during its six-month war on Gaza.

 


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