Truce in Gaza: Finding “common ground” in Paris, according to Washington

Truce in Gaza: Finding “common ground” in Paris, according to Washington

Jake Sullivan, advisor to US President Joe Biden, said on Sunday that “common ground” had been reached during the recent negotiations in Paris with the aim of reaching a truce in Gaza.

“It is true that representatives of Israel, the United States, Egypt and Qatar met in Paris and reached common ground among the four on the features of a possible agreement on the release of the hostages and a temporary ceasefire.” The White House National Security Advisor told CNN.

He said: “I will not go into the details of this because it is still under negotiation, but there must be indirect discussions from Qatar and Egypt with Hamas, because in the end, they will have to reach an agreement.” Agree to release the hostages. This work continues.”

Jake Sullivan told American television: “We hope that in the coming days we can reach a point where there is actually a strong and final agreement on this issue.”

Egyptian, Qatari, American and Israeli technocrats and Hamas executives resumed negotiations on Sunday in Doha to reach a truce in Gaza, a TV station close to Egyptian intelligence announced, and those discussions will be followed by “meetings in Cairo,” the Cairo News Channel reported.

The channel added, citing “senior officials” on condition of anonymity, that all of these talks are “a follow-up to what was discussed in Paris.”

An Israeli delegation headed by the head of the Mossad arrived in Paris on Friday to follow up on the truce project that was discussed at the end of January in France with these same interlocutors.

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