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Hamas demands a permanent ceasefire to conclude an agreement on hostages. mass media


The main obstacle to the conclusion of the agreement on the release of the hostages is the demand for a permanent cease-fire by the radical Palestinian movement Hamas. This was reported by The Times of Israel newspaper, referring to the sources. The two interlocutors of the periodical noted that Hamas demands from the Israeli authorities to provide guarantees of a cease-fire. At the same time, the Israeli side offered reconciliation for only six weeks during the first phase of the supposed deal. In the meantime, Israel and Hamas must agree on the terms of a second phase, which would include a permanent cease-fire. Although Israel's proposal allows for a six-week extension of the cease-fire to allow negotiations to continue, Hamas is wary that the time limit will allow the Israeli side to find an excuse. to resume hostilities and disrupt the deal.