Days of Palestine, West Bank -Fatah rejected on Sunday plan to build seaport in Gaza Strip as part of Turkish deal to regain diplomatic relations with Israel.
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The Palestinian movement, which is headed by Palestinian Authority (PA) and PLO President Mahmoud Abbas, said that it “rejects direct or indirect talks between Hamas and Israel regarding building a seaport and a safe passage under Israeli observation.
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Adding that this is a way through which Israel hopes to sustain internal Palestinian division and facilitate Israeli control over the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.
Fatah Spokesman Osama al-Qawasmi called on Hamas to explain Israeli remarks that mutual talks are being held between the two sides.
“How could we explain the ongoing efforts being exerted to end the division and to hold a meeting in Doha, while Hamas is conducting secret talks with Israel?” Al-Qawasmi asked.
He insisted that the PLO is the legitimate and sole representative of the Palestinian people and any talks about a seaport or a safe passage must be conducted through it.
Fatah’s objection comes after reports regarding the advancement of Turkish-Israeli talks to regain diplomatic relations, which include an end of the Israeli siege on Gaza and building a floating seaport.