Israel-Hamas peace talks have ended in Paris

Israel-Hamas peace talks have ended in Paris

Israel-"Hamas" peace talks ended in Paris .

As the Israeli media reports based on one of the senior officials, the representatives of Israel, the USA, Egypt and Qatar reached an "outline of negotiations" regarding a temporary ceasefire in Gaza. The Israeli delegation is cautiously optimistic.

"There were good negotiations, there is significant progress. We have a basis on which we can build a plan and negotiations," Channel 12 quoted an anonymous senior official as saying.

Progress in Paris will allow mediators to offer Hamas a revised framework agreement. The draft will be submitted to the Israeli War Cabinet and then to the expanded Cabinet of Ministers for approval.

The next phase of the talks will focus on key issues, including which hostages held by Hamas should be released and which Palestinian prisoners should be exchanged.

The American publication "Axios" writes that Washington wants to sign the agreement in the next two weeks, before the start of Ramadan. As the publication notes, it is now up to Qatari and Egyptian mediators to get Hamas to agree to new terms, which include a six-week ceasefire and the release of hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in exchange for the release of 40 Israeli hostages.

The information is already confirmed by "Hamas" as well. According to their reports, the new plan calls for the release of 200 to 300 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for the release of 35 to 40 Israeli hostages and a six-week pause in hostilities.

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