Posted April, 14 2012 at 11:21:00 to Blog
After five fruitless days the two rival Palestinian groups "Fatah" and "Hamas" agreed to continue the current round of conciliation talks between them. The delegations of the two movements announced that they accept the proposal of the intermediate part of Yemen for new talks in April. This tells radio "Deutsche Welle". "We, the representatives of Fatah and Hamas accept the Yemeni initiative as a framework for further dialogue between the two movements to return the situation in the Palestinian autonomous territories before the incidents in Gaza. " - This declaration states signed today between the Deputy Chairman of Hamas Mousa Abu Marzouk and senior Fatah representative Azzam al-Ahmad.
The agreement also confirms the "unity of the Palestinian people, territory and power. " Initiative provides Sanaa to restore the status quo in Gaza at the time before Hamas to gain control over it, and to be scheduled early elections in the Palestinian autonomous territories. Five-day talks in Yemen ended without agreement on the Gaza Strip. Though this is a setback for the meeting in Sanaa, it was a small step towards the restoration of dialogue between Palestinians. It is not yet clear when and at what level will continue negotiations.