West Bank, ALRAY - Israeli Prime minister Naftali Bennett is to meet Egypt president Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, in Sharm El-Sheikh, the official Hebrew radio Kan revealed.
The radio reported that the meet came after the facilities that Tel Aviv provide to Gaza recently, and the efforts made by Egypt to reach a truce between Israel and Gaza Strip, including the issue of Israeli soldiers captured by the Palestinian resistance.
It stressed that Tal Aviv and Cairo agreed to hold the meeting publicly.
The radio said that despite the new facilities to Gaza, the nighttime unit in Gaza carried out protest activities last night in Rafah, where Hamas says that the facilities granted to Gaza Strip are insufficient and calls for more facilities.
On the 18th of last August; during the meeting between Bennett and the head of Egyptian intelligence, Abbas Kamel in Israel, Kamel invited the latter on behalf of Sisi to visit Cairo, according to a statement by the presidency of the occupation government.
Bennet’s visit to Cairo will be the second leg of his current tour, after his visit to Washington, and his meeting with US President Joe Biden last Friday, and it also comes after the tripartite summit that will be held today in Sharm El-Sheikh, with the participation of Sisi, Jordanian King Abdullah II, and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.