Wed, 08 Aug 2018 - 10:56 GMT
Fatah's Azzam al-Ahmad, right, and Saleh al-Arouri of Hamas shake hands after signing a reconciliation deal in Cairo, on October 12, 2017, as the two rival Palestinian movements ended their decade-long split following negotiations overseen by Egypt. (AFP/
CAIRO – 9 August 2018: Cairo is continuing its strenuous efforts with Palestinian officials in order to reach a number of understandings regarding the reconciliation process between Fatah and Hamas, a reliable source affirmed Wednesday.
The efforts, according to the source, are aiming to stand on a united national Palestinian vision that provides a suitable and a decent life for Palestinians.
Moreover, the source stressed that coordination with the International Community to provide the necessary support for the establishment of development projects that would interest Palestinians and provide a safe environment that guarantees a continuous development in Palestine.
The source also added that Fatah's Executive Committee Member Azzam al-Ahmad has been in Cairo since Yesterday in order to conduct a number of positive talks with Egyptian officials regarding the mechanisms of the reconciliation process.
A delegation the includes Hamas’ officials and members also arrived in Cairo to review the procedures of the reconciliation process and the outcomes of the previous meetings between Fatah and Hamas, all to achieve the aspirations of the people of Palestine and to improve the situation in Palestine and the Gaza strip, according to the source.
In Oct. 2017, the rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah have signed a preliminary reconciliation deal in Cairo in the presence of Egyptian intelligence officials, in the latest in a series of attempts to end a decade-long Palestinian territorial.
The source also pointed out that as an outcome to the understandings reached between Hamas and Fatah, Cairo will be witnessing a series of meetings between Egyptian, Fatah and Hamas officials in order to reach a national consensus regarding all the debatable issues for the sake of Palestinians.