Source Pravda.Ru

Israeli-Palestinian talks move in slight progress

Palestinian Minister for Civil Affairson Monday revealed that there has been a slight progress in the talks between Israel and the Palestinians concerning terminals and crossings for Palestinians in and out of the Gaza Strip.

Speaking to reporters, Dahlan said that if Israel wants to keep control on terminals and crossings, mainly the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt, it will be loosing this opportunity that gave encouraging signs for all parties, Xinhua reports.

He added that after the evacuation of settlements, it is agreed that the Israeli army would immediately start demolishing the homes of settlers, then comes the question of rubbles.

As Pravda.ru said earlier today, the Israeli army closed down on Monday the costal road south of Gaza City to finalize the evacuation of the last Jewish settlement of Netzarim in the Gaza Strip.

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