Qatar: A prisoner exchange agreement will be reached soon…

Qatar: A prisoner exchange agreement will be reached soon…

Qatar: prisoner exchange deal coming soon

Qatari Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said there are still minor logistical difficulties to resolve in the prisoner exchange negotiations between Hamas and Israel.

Qatari Foreign Minister Al Thani held a press conference with the High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, in the capital Doha.

Al Thani claimed that they discussed establishing a ceasefire in Gaza with EU official Borrell and said that they also discussed practices such as “genocide, famine and forced displacement in Gaza.”

Noting the importance of stopping the war and opening humanitarian corridors for the entry of aid, Al Thani said: “Our priorities are an immediate ceasefire, an end to all revenge and indiscriminate attacks on the Gaza Strip, genocide, hunger and forced displacement. and the end of the practices that have been imposed on Gaza for many years. It is the end of the unjust siege.” saying.

Relatives and supporters of Israeli prisoners gathered outside the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem last weekend to demand a prisoner exchange. They carried banners with photographs of the captives and chanted slogans such as “Bring them home now.”

Noting that a prisoner exchange between Hamas and Israel will soon take place, Al Thani said: “We have only minor difficulties ahead for a prisoner exchange between Hamas and Israel.” he said.

Al Thani stated that they also discussed the issue of breaking the blockade on Gaza and the Israeli hostages held there, and called on the international community to take a stand against the massacres committed by Israel in Gaza.

Underlining that the Israeli army has continued its attacks against the blockaded Gaza Strip for approximately a month and a half, Al Thani stressed that the humanitarian, moral and legal disaster caused in Gaza by these attacks, which the international community was unable to stop, continues. growing.

Al Thani also called on Israel to comply with the decision of the United Nations Security Council and stop the attacks on Gaza and open humanitarian corridors. (AA)

Source: Sozcu

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