Israel, Palestine agree to create mechanism to fight violence, Egyptian Foreign Ministry says
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Palestine and Israel agreed at a security meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt to establish a mechanism to curb violence and counter inflammatory statements and actions, it said the Egyptian Foreign Ministry on Sunday.
Sharm el-Sheikh on Sunday hosted a five-party meeting between Israel, Palestine, Egypt, the United States and Jordan aimed at de-escalation in the region.
“Both sides agreed to establish a mechanism to curb and counter incitement to violence and inflammatory statements and actions, which will report to the leadership of the quintet in April, at a resumed session of the meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh,” tweeted the Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesperson. .
The parties also agreed to take steps to improve the economic conditions of the Palestinian people and reaffirmed the importance of continuing to hold such meetings “with a view to consolidating the basis for direct negotiations between the Palestinians and the Israelis”, according to the communicated. .