-America, Israel and Hamas signed a temporary agreement to free the hostages in Qatar’s capital Doha.
Washington (HS). The conflict in Gaza between Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas and Israel may stop for a few days. It is being said that a five-day ceasefire has been agreed upon in Gaza with the mediation of Qatar. According to America’s leading newspaper Washington Post, America, Israel and Hamas have signed a temporary agreement to free dozens of hostages.
Israel, the United States and Hamas agreed to a temporary agreement to free dozens of women and children held hostage in Gaza in exchange for a five-day pause in fighting, people indirectly involved in the deal said Saturday, The Washington Post reported. Agreement has been reached. As part of the detailed six-page agreement all sides will halt combat operations for at least five days. An initial 50 or so hostages will be released in small groups every 24 hours.
According to the newspaper, Arab and other diplomats said the outline of the agreement was drawn up after several weeks of talks in the Qatari capital Doha. During this agreement brokered by Qatar, representatives of Israel, America and Hamas were present in the talks in Doha. The Washington Post says that no immediate comment was received from the White House or the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office.