Egyptian Minister Sameh Foreign Minister called for an urgent move towards resolving the current stalemate between the Palestinian and Israeli sides to pave the road for just and comprehensive peace negotiations.
A quartet committee between the Foreign Ministers of Egypt, France, Germany and Jordan will convene in Cairo on Monday to discuss the ways of reviving the peace negotiation between Israel and Palestine after it has been suspended since April 2014.
Peace negotiations come in a continuation of the Egyptian-sponsored peace meeting Egypt’s Ain Sokhna last September among the conflicting parties after they signed an agreement of peace last year.
President Sisi affirmed Egypt’s full support to reach a just and comprehensive solution to revive the peace process between the Palestinians and Israelis.
UN envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths announced Friday that formal invitations were sent to the Yemeni government and Houthi rebels for talks on Sept. 6 in Geneva.
Yemeni Minister of Local Administration Abdel-Raqeeb Fateh has accused Houthi militants of storming a World Food Program (WFP) warehouse in Hodeidah.
Palestine started to look into several countries' requests including Russia and China to participate in the peace talks instead of the United States.
Kōno will visit Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Oman and Turkey from December 24 to 29, according to the Japanese foreign ministry’s statement.
Syria's opposition wants Russia to put real pressure on President al-Assad to engage in peace talks in Geneva to produce a political solution within six months.
Afghanistan, China, Pakistan and the US met in Oman on Monday to try to find ways of reviving peace talks with Afghan Taliban militants.
Toumatov said participants in the Syrian peace talks in Astana are discussing the probability of endorsing documents on the four de-escalation zones in Syria.
Paris has always supported a solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and will always act to promote initiatives leading to that, French Foreign Ministry.
Netanyahu met with Jason Greenblatt in Al Quds Wednesday ahead of the president’s announcement to restart peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
A meeting between Sisi and Abbas showcased the latest developments of the Palestinian cause and the ways to reviving the Arab-Israeli peace process.
A trilateral meeting was held Wednesday between Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, Jordanian King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on the sidelines of the Arab Summit in Jordan.