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Gaza: Israel sends negotiating team to Egypt

Israel has decided to send a negotiating team to Egypt to participate in talks for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. This initiative is part of efforts to end the conflict which has already caused tens of thousands of civilian victims since October 2023.

The Israeli war cabinet has decided to send a negotiating team to Egypt to participate in talks for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, according to Israeli media. This team will be led by Mossad intelligence chief David Barnea and will have a mandate to expand discussions at the Cairo talks.

U.S. officials, including CIA Director William Burns, will also join the talks, as well as representatives from Qatar. US President Joe Biden recently sent special letters to the leaders of Egypt and Qatar, calling for an acceleration of ceasefire negotiations.

At the same time, a Hamas delegation is also expected in Egypt to participate in ceasefire negotiations. This round of talks comes as the conflict in the Gaza Strip has resulted in an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe, with thousands of civilian casualties and massive destruction of infrastructure.

This article is originally published on beninwebtv.com

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