US: President Joe Biden expressed the possibility of a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, said..


US President Joe Biden has reacted to the Israel-Hamas war. He said he hoped there would be a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas by next Monday.

Also, he said that till now nothing has been clarified regarding the ceasefire, but everything will become clear soon. On a question on the ceasefire, Joe Biden said, “I hope that there will be a ceasefire by the beginning or the end of this week.”

Discussion will reach conclusion this week

President Joe Biden said, “My security adviser told me that there is no ceasefire yet, but we are getting closer to it. I hope there will be a ceasefire by next Monday.” According to a media report, Hamas has ignored some of the conditions set for the release of hostages and has stopped attacking Gaza.

Meeting regarding ceasefire held in Paris

Join the discussion Sources say that soon there will be an agreement between the sides, which mentions a ceasefire and the release of Israeli hostages. Following a meeting in Paris between the US, Egyptian and Israeli intelligence chiefs and the Qatari prime minister, a senior Biden administration official said, “Major obstacles have to be addressed in the context of Hamas insisting on the full withdrawal of Israeli forces and an end to the war.” Resolved.”

Decline in demand for release of Palestinians

“There has been a slight decline in Hamas demands for the release of Palestinian prisoners,” the official said. According to media reports, an official has said that Hamas has softened its position before the agreement on the first phase of the deal. However, there is a possibility that in the future, there may be a lot of obstacles when the discussions regarding the IDF hostages held by Hamas and the end of the war take place.

understanding between all four parties

Earlier on Sunday, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said the Paris meeting resulted in an understanding between the four on what the basic framework of a hostage agreement for a temporary ceasefire would look like.

According to news agency ANI, he said, “Qatar and Egypt will have to have indirect discussions with Hamas, because they will have to agree to release the hostages. Work on this is going on and we hope that in the coming days, “We can get to the point where there will actually be a firm and final agreement on this issue.”