The ceasefire and hostage exchange between Israel and Hamas is delayed by a day

The agreement reached last Wednesday between Israel and the Islamist terrorist group Hamas will be delayed by 24 hours. They had signed the pact Four days of ceasefirein addition to a Exchange of 50 Israeli hostages for 150 Palestinian prisoners who are in Israeli prisons.

In these days of ceasefire, the Israeli authorities have committed themselves Do not arrest or attack anyone in Gazanot to fly over the entire southern area of ​​the enclave and the northern area for six hours a day.

In addition, they are deployed in such a way that as many convoys as possible can travel with them humanitarian aid, medical supplies and fuel can arrive “To all areas of the Gaza Strip without exception“the militia said in a statement.

The ceasefire begins on Friday

However, the Israeli National Security Advisor Tzachi Hanegbi confirmed this Hamas will not proceed with the release of the hostages until Friday.

Nevertheless, he stated that “negotiations for the release of our prisoners are ongoing.” keep moving forward and keep goingHanegbi said in a statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office, which was picked up by Haaretz newspaper. And he noted that the release phase was provided for in the ceasefire agreement with Hamas will develop as planned.

On the other hand, an official from Netanyahu’s office assured that the Islamist terrorist group still exists did not provide a list of people whom he will free. A list of those responsible for the senior Hamas official Musa Abu Marzouk.

The list of abductees was not provided and the agreement was not signed.

“There is currently no ceasefire. The person who estimated that the exchange would begin on Thursday was Abu Marzouk, but.” The list of abductees was not provided and the agreement was not signed.“said the source.

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Likewise, another political official added: “According to the assessment of political and security officials, this is the case.” Delays that can be resolved in approximately 24 hours.

For his part, the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, Majid bin Mohamed al Ansari, reported this in the The entry into force will be announced in the next few hours of the ceasefire.

He remembered that too Qatar, Egypt and the United States continue to work for “Ensuring a quick start to the ceasefire“And make sure Hamas and Israel commit to respecting it.”

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