Israel launched an operation in the Gaza Strip on Might 10.
On Might 21, a ceasefire settlement was reached between Hamas and Israel. The ceasefire between the two sides was mediated by Egypt.
(*13*)FIRST VISIT IN 13 YEARS
After the ceasefire, Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi visited Egypt. With this go to, it was the first time in 13 years that an Israeli Foreign Minister visited Egypt.
Ashkenazi met together with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, at Tahrir Palace in Egypt’s capital, Cairo. Throughout the assembly, it was reported that the ceasefire in Gaza was mentioned.
(*13*)THE MEETING WAS HELD WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF EGYPT’S truce negotiation
In the assertion, the two ministers agreed on the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip, and it was acknowledged that the go to befell inside the framework of Egypt’s communication with the events in order to realize a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine.
Throughout the assembly, Egyptian Foreign Minister Shoukry known as for the cessation of the assaults in opposition to Palestine and emphasised the want for particular sensitivity concerning East Jerusalem, Masjid al-Aqsa and all holy locations.
(*13*)EGYPT STRATEGED THAT THE SOLUTION WAS THROUGH A TWO-STATE UNDERSTANDING
In the bilateral assembly, the Egyptian aspect acknowledged that the solely option to obtain a simply and lasting peace, safety and stability in the area is the two-state answer, and emphasised that the Palestinian individuals permitted their proper to self-determination by establishing their very own impartial state, primarily based on the related worldwide references on the 4 June 1967 strains with East Jerusalem as the capital.
Minister Ashkenazi mentioned in an announcement after the assembly that bilateral relations between Egypt and Israel must be improved.
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