Representatives of a umber of Palestinian factions in Gaza will head to Cairo tomorrow for talks over national consensus on a ceasefire initiative, the ruling Hamas party had presented last Thursday to Egyptian mediators.
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, the Democratic front for the Liberation of Palestine, the Islamic Jihad group and the Popular Resistance Committees, will be attending the discussions on Monday.
The meetings came upon an invitation from the chief of Egyptian intelligence service , Omar Sulieman, a principal ceasefire broker.
According to Palestinian sources, the Palestinian groups will confirm to Egyptians that the current ceasefire offer should be mutual and reciprocal by both Israel and the factions.
Abu Mojahed, spokesman of the resistance committees, told media outlets in Gaza that the talks will be focused as well on the outstanding prisoners swap deal, between Israel and the Palestinian groups.
On Thursday, the ruling Hamas party in Gaza submitted the party’s visions towards calm in the Gaza Strip, within a period of six months in which Hamas would stop homemade shells fire, and Israel would stop military actions on Gaza and lift the crippling closure of the coastal region.