Israel and Hamas would be “close” to an agreement for a ceasefire. This was reported to the Times of Israel by a diplomatic source aware of the initiatives to agree on a truce. According to the source, the agreement should be reached “within two days at the latest”.
In the meantime, Israel has decided to partially open the Kerem Shalom crossing with Gaza tomorrow, allowing the entry of fuel to power the only power plant in the Gaza Strip. ‘Sky News Arabia’ reports.
“Exchange of views with EU High Representative Josep Borrell on how the US-EU partnership can help end the ongoing violence between Israelis and Palestinians. Everyone must be able to enjoy equal measures of freedom, security, prosperity and democracy “. Meanwhile, on Twitter, the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken.