Azerbaijan, Baku, 25 October / Trend , corr. U.Sadikhova /The next negotiations between the ruling Palestine FATH party and Islamic Residence Movement HAMAS will take place in Cairo through assistance of Egypt on 9 November.
The sides will discuss the economic blockade of the region, security of internal policy, as well as establishment of the unified Palestine Government, Fahmi Zaarir, a spokesperson of FATH, told Trend via a telephone from Ramallah.
The HAMAS movement won the parliamentary elections in the Palestinian Autonomy in 2006, which caused split in the region.
The differences between the ruling party and opposition brought the sides around the negotiation table several times. However, the sides failed to agree on establishment of the unified state. "Neither FATH, nor HAMAS has launched detailed negotiations," Zaarir said.
The upcoming presidential elections, according to Zaarir, will not be touched upon at the negotiations in Cairo.
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