Critical Cairo Talks: Reopening Gaza's Rafah Crossing

U.S., Egyptian, and Israeli officials are set to meet in Cairo on Sunday to discuss reopening the Gaza's Rafah crossing. Egypt demands Israel withdraw its forces from the crossing, which Israel seized in May during its offensive in Rafah along Gaza’s southern edge.


Reuters | Cairo | Updated: 01-06-2024 17:02 IST | Created: 01-06-2024 17:02 IST
Critical Cairo Talks: Reopening Gaza's Rafah Crossing
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A meeting between U.S., Egyptian and Israeli officials is scheduled to take place on Sunday in Cairo to discuss the reopening of the Gaza's Rafah crossing, a high-level source told Egypt's state-linked Al Qahera TV.

Egypt is insisting that Israel withdraw its forces from the crossing, Al Qahera reported. Israel seized the crossing on the Gaza side in May during its offensive in the city of Rafah along the enclave's southern edge.

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