Palestinian faction delegates to arrive in Cairo to discuss truce
(dpa) - A
spokesman for the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) said on
Saturday that delegates from the movement will be arriving in Cairo within the
next few day for talks with Egyptian officials over a proposed six-month truce
Anwar Raga told Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa in Syria that the Palestinian delegation would meet with Egyptian leaders, who had invited them to negotiate the truce.
The PFLP had some ideas that were independent of the radical Palestinian Hamas movement, Raga said, stressing that the delegation would discuss the pros and cons of the truce with Egyptian officials.
Raga said that the visit would last for a couple of days, as Egyptian and Palestinian officials planned to cover all aspects of the truce in their meeting.
Israel already rejected the truce offer on Friday as "not serious."