A security source at Cairo International Airport said an Israeli delegation returned yesterday to Israel after a meeting with Egyptian officials. The meeting discussed attempts to resume Palestinian-Israeli negotiations.
The delegation arrived in Cairo on a private plane and returned to Israel without Israeli or Egyptian official sources announcing the purpose of the visit.
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According to the same security source, the three member-delegation arrived from Tel Aviv to discuss the initiative proposed by the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi in May to resume peace talks between Palestinians and Israelis.
Al-Sisi has revealed that he invited Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Russian President, Vladimir Putin, for talks in Moscow without giving details about when these talks might take place and if Israel agreed to them.
(PC, Palestine Now)