Officials from Egypt, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority met on Monday in Cairo to discuss measures to improve ties, peace process advancements and attempts to bolster Palestinian unification.
The heads of state’s intelligence services, Egypt’s and Jordan’s foreign ministries, and Fatah central committee member Hussein Al-Sheikh took part in the meeting.
Israel’s escalation and breaches against the Palestinian people, as well as the atrocities committed by settlers protected by Israel’s military, were discussed during the tripartite summit.
Hussein Al-Sheikh said that Israel’s actions demonstrate the country’s willful disdain for international law.
At the meeting’s conclusion, participants emphasized the need of maintaining peace and rebuilding Gaza’s infrastructure in order to pave the way for long-term peace based on a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine.