The Israeli delegation that was sent to Cairo to negotiate a new ceasefire in the Gaza Strip has completed its meetings and will return to Israel, as confirmed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office. The office is calling on mediators to pressure Hamas to accept the proposed ceasefire.

The negotiations were intense, with representatives from intelligence services and the Israeli army participating. With Egyptian mediation, Israeli mediators presented an updated proposal to Hamas. Despite previous failed attempts at dialogue, Israeli authorities are hoping for progress through “strong actions.” However, despite their best efforts, the parties were unable to reach a new agreement similar to the one in November that led to the release of hostages held by Hamas in exchange for Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.

Netanyahu’s office reiterated Israel’s commitment to make every effort to secure the release of the Hamas hostages and their safe return.

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