Talks were held between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Cairo on Tuesday.
Palestine’s state news agency reported that the talks dwelt on the situation in the Palestinian territories and Israeli violations against the Palestinians.
It added that the discussions also took up efforts aimed at reviving the moribund peace talks between the Palestinians and Israel.
The umbrella Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Israel signed the Oslo Accords in 1993, which gave Palestinians a form of self-rule.
However, years of peace negotiations between the two sides failed to achieve the Palestinian goal of establishing an independent state.
In 2014, over Israel’s refusal to halt settlement building and release Palestinians imprisoned before 1993, US-sponsored peace talks collapsed.
The talks come a few weeks after Egypt managed to broker a ceasefire between the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group and Israel, bringing a three-day Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip to a halt.
According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, at least 49 Palestinians were killed and hundreds injured in the onslaught.