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An Israeli minister calls for a halt to negotiations for the release of the hostages

His far-right Minister of National Security IsraelItamar Ben Gvir, asked him ending negotiations for the release of the Hamas hostagesaccording to a report by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

The newspaper Haaretz reveals that at today's meeting of his party, Mr Itamar Ben Gvir he said it was necessary to give an order to terminate the negotiations, which also concern the achievement of a temporary ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.

Instead, Israel should move into 'new phase' of military operations with 'heavy fighting' explains the Minister of National Security, according to the same source.

Representatives of the US, Qatar, Egypt and the Palestinian movement Hamas continued today in Cairo the negotiations with a view to reaching a truce agreement. Egyptian television reported that “significant progress” had been made during the second day of negotiations, but no further details were released.

The prime minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu requests, among other things, information from Hamas with the names of the abductees who are still alive and are being held hostage in the Gaza Strip.

From the side of Hamas maintains that it is unable to report which of the abductees are still alive amid the Israeli attacks. They have been transferred by “different groups” to “different locations,” a senior Hamas official told Britain's BBC on Sunday.

As APE-MPE reminds, yesterday, Sunday, the Wall Street Journal referred to another obstacle. Citing officials from Qatar and Egypt, the American newspaper claims that communication with the leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip has been lost for at least a week, underlining that Yahya Sinwar is the one who should accept on behalf of Hamas any draft agreement.

Source: News Beast

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