Cairo, 8 Rabiul Akhir 1434 H/17 February 2013 (MINA) – Some Palestinian ministers from Fatah faction arrived in Cairo on Saturday (16/2) and scheduled to meet with Egyptian officials, an official of the Palestinian embassy in Cairo reported .
       Ali Abu Zuhri, one of Fatah representatives met Egyptian Minister of flight on Sunday (17/2) to discuss the possibility of the Egypt-Palestine flight, according to Palestinian news agency, Ma’an reports monitored by Mi’raj News Agency (MINA), Sunday.
       Palestinian Ambassador to Egypt Barakat al-Farra also attended the meeting. Right now, Palestine has three fleets under the name Palestine Airlines. They operate from El-Arish (Jerusalem) and offer charter services to Saudi Arabia on Hajj season.
      Actually, Palestine had an international airports in Gaza on the initiative of the former president Yasser Arafat. But since Israel banned their flights and destroyed its airport on the attack in 2001. Up to now the airport could not be operated yet.
       The Reconciliation is planned to be held on Tuesday (19/2) next with the agenda to discuss the continuation of the national elections will be held on next few months.
       Sakhr Bseiso, a Fatah official said that the two factions will meet under the mediation of Egypt a day after the Central Election Commission completed recording the registers in Palestine.
      Previously, Fatah and Hamas had held a meeting discussed the reconciliation in cairo on January 2013 ago. But they had not reached an agreement on a unity government or a revision of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
      An official of Democratic Front for Palestinian Liberation also said that both Fatah and Hamas have a real desire to put an end to this division.
     The last parliamentary vote held in 2006, when Hamas came to power and end the domination of Fatah, civil wars happenad and Palestine divided into both geographically and politically. Hamas in Gaza and Fatah in the West Bank. (T/P04/E1)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)

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