File- Arab League foreign ministers hold an emergency meeting on Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in Cairo, Egypt December 9
CAIRO – 28 January 2021: An emergency meeting of the Arab League Council at the level of foreign ministers will convene on February 8 upon a proposal submitted by Egypt and Jordan, announced the Arab League in a statement on Wednesday.
The meeting would discuss the Arab national security interests, particularly the Palestinian issue.
Also, Egypt would host another meeting for the inter-Palestinian dialogue among the factions in the first week of February to discuss the process of the Palestinian general elections [Presidential and Legislative] due to start on May 22, 2021.
On January 17, 2021, Chief of General Intelligence Abbas Kamel visited Sunday Palestine's Ramallah to deliver a message from President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. The message consisted of Egypt's fixed stance on the necessity to reach a "fair solution" for the Palestinian Cause asserting the country's eagerness to intensify its efforts aimed at contributing to the success of the Palestinian electoral process.
On January 15, Abbas issued a decree indicating the dates of elections that will be held for the first time in 16 years in the Palestinian territory. Those of the Palestinian Legislative Council will be held on May 22 followed by presidential election on July 31.
President Mahmoud Abbas presented the latest developments of the Palestinian Cause expressing appreciation for Egyptian counterpart Sisi.
The Egyptian, Jordanian, and Palestinian chiefs of intelligence held a meeting to examine ways of pushing forward the peace process, and future steps to bring about reconciliation among Palestinian factions.