HamasLeader Ismail Haniyeh issued a statement to Reuters on the 21st, saying he had responded to Qatar and “will hold talks soon”.israelA ceasefire was reached.”
The statement did not give further details, but Hamas officials told Al Jazeera TV that talks focused on the duration of the ceasefire, relief supplies and the exchange of Israeli hostages and Palestinian prisoners.
Hamas official Issat al-Reshik said that both Israel and Palestine would release the women and children, and details would be announced by Qatar, which mediates between them.
The British Guardian reported that US President Joe Biden also said on the 20th that “we are closer than ever to reaching an agreement.”
Two sources told Agence France-Presse (AFP) that the five-day ceasefire in the agreement was meant to halt ground operations and limit Israel’s presence in South Africa.GazaAction.
At that time, Hamas and Islamic Jihad would release 50 to 100 Israeli and hostages of other nationalities, but not military personnel.