Egypt's General Intelligence chief Minister Abbas Helmy has arrived on Tuesday in Doha to meet with CIA Director William J. Burns, Mossad spy agency chief David Barnea and high-rank Qatari officials.
“The Creation of a Palestinian state is the only viable manner in which to end the conflict, a state on the borders of 1967 with Jerusalem as its capital living in peace and security side by side with the state of Israel. The Arab Initiative of 2002 was clear in strategic initiative with the Arab states to create peace and create normalization on the basis of the craton of the state of Palestine. We still are strongly advocating this and working for it,” he added.
Rashwan said that the exchange of detainees and prisoners will be carried out in the coming hours, including 11 Israeli detainees in the Gaza Strip, in exchange for the release of 33 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons.
A Special Edition of El Gouna Film Festival will take place from December 14th to 21st
According to Presidency spokesperson Ahmed Fahmy, Hungarian President lauded the continued development in relations, and urged for more cooperation between the ‘two friendly countries.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry held on Monday several bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the eighth ministerial forum of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) in Barcelona which is dedicated this year to discuss the situation in the Gaza Strip.
Israeli media reports said, Monday that the prevailing opinions in Israel are leaning towards extending the truce agreement.
Diaa Rashwan concluded his statements by saying that Egyptian efforts, in coordination with all parties, resulted in more than 50 aid trucks moved from the Rafah port to the northern Gaza Strip.
Coinciding with the start of the truce and prisoners exchange agreement in Gaza Strip, a mass conference titled ‘Voice of Gaza from Sinai’ was held at the city of Rafah, which was attended by several political currents and parties along with the official campaign of presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
More captives are expected to be released Saturday as Gaza humanitarian truce enters its second day.
UN Women’s Executive Director Sima Bahous shed light on Friday on the Palestinian cause and the suffering of the Palestinian people since nearly 45 days since the Israeli aggression on the Strip.
Hend Sabri resigns from her post as United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) goodwill ambassador in support of Palestinians in Gaza
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After Israel’s attacks on UN Women’s Executive Director Sima Bahous, Egypt’s National Council for Women (NCW) showed solidarity with the UN official.
This visit is part of El-Sisi's campaign delegation's trip to Al-Arish city, accompanying the relief aid launched by El-Sisi
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak expressed gratitude towards the Egyptian authorities after the humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza came into effect this Friday morning.
The Commission of Prisoners' Affairs has announced the names of the first batch of released female and child prisoners, totaling 39 individuals, as part of the truce agreement.
Egypt has been intensifying contacts with Israel and Hamas on Friday to consolidate the truce agreement.
President Abdel Fattah al Sisi affirmed on Thursday that Egypt will not accept or allow the displacement of the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip to Egypt.
The Palestinian President's advisor said, in statements to Al-Qahera News, that efforts continue to ensure a complete cessation of the Israeli aggression against Gaza, the West Bank and Jerusalem, calling for continued work towards a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue.