Israel on Sunday (native time) mentioned there have been “significant gaps” after talks had been held with the US, Qatar and Egypt relating to Israel’s pause in navy operations towards Hamas in Gaza and securing the discharge of the remaining hostages.
However, Israel referred to as the negotiations “constructive” and mentioned they’d proceed in the week forward, a potential signal of progress that would see the Jewish nation halting its offensive in Gaza in trade for the discharge of remaining captives, information company Associated Press reported.
A press release from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s workplace on the ceasefire negotiations didn’t specify what the “significant gaps” had been. There was no different response or assertion from different events concerned in the talks.
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A earlier ceasefire deal brokered between Israel and Hamas by Qatar in November final yr noticed the discharge of greater than 100 Israeli hostages and the releasing of over 150 Palestinians who had been held in Israeli prisons. The deal additionally led to a pause in preventing. The ceasefire was prolonged twice earlier than Israel resumed navy operations towards Hamas in Gaza.
Israel’s President Isaac Herzog on Sunday (native time) mentioned he was “disgusted” with how the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the UN’s principal judicial organ, “twisted” his remarks whereas the world court pronounced its ruling in the genocide case against the Jewish nation, Associated Press reported.
In a press convention on October 12 final yr, Herzog spoke about Palestinians in Gaza and mentioned “an entire nation” was chargeable for the assaults by Hamas on Israel on October 7, in accordance to the ICJ.
Meanwhile, Japan on Sunday joined a rising listing of nations to stop funding the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) for Palestine Refugees after a number of workers members allegedly joined Hamas in its October 7 assaults on Israel. The US, the UK, Germany and Canada are amongst a number of nations which have halted funding to UNRWA.
Meanwhile, Israel accepted permitting a UN delegation to visit northern Gaza to assess the scenario there and map the residents’ wants, The Times of Israel reported, citing Ynet new website.