Days of Palestine, Reports –Head of Israeli delegation for ceasefire indirect talks with Palestinians Amos Gilad said Saturday evening that the talks are set to resume within the month but a date has yet to be set.
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Palestinian officials from Hamas and other factions said earlier that the talks to resume within this months. One of the officials said that the talks are set to resume on September 20 or 21.
Gilad said Hamas is not currently rearming or digging new tunnels into ‘Israel.’
Fifty one days of deadly Israeli attacks against Palestinians in Gaza that killed approximately 2,160 and wounded more than 11,000 others ended on August 26 with an open-ended ceasefire agreement.
Israeli occupation said it would ease restrictions on movement of personnel and goods through the two crossings into Gaza which it controls, and other core issues of dispute were set to be negotiated in indirect talks in Cairo after a month.
But the occupation did not commit to its obligation as it did not ease the movement through the crossings into the Strip.
Under the terms of the deal, the parties agreed to resume the Egyptian-brokered negotiations to discuss, among other issues, a Palestinians demand for a seaport and an airport, a prisoner swap.
Israeli government was insisting on demilitarising Hamas, ignoring the fact that more than 90 percent of the Israelis killed by Hamas were soldiers killed in the battlefield, while more than 75 percent of the Palestinians killed by the occupation were, according to UN, civilians.
“Hamas will never agree to give up its arms. But at this point, it is not rearming or digging any more tunnels,” Gilad told Israeli TV Channel 2′s “Meet the Press.”