Sources say that Israel has not made progress in this round of ceasefire negotiations or may renegotiate again

The current round of ceasefire negotiations has ended, and Israel has not made any progress.

On the evening of the 10th local time, according to Israeli sources quoted by the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation (KAN), the current round of ceasefire negotiations has ended and Israel has not made any progress. However, the negotiation process has not completely broken down, and all parties may hold a new round of negotiations. According to local media reports, the head of the negotiation delegation of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) told the media that Hamas has not frozen or withdrawn from the ceasefire negotiation process.

Previously, the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) issued a statement stating that it had shown “sufficient flexibility” in ceasefire negotiations to promote a serious and genuine agreement to fully withdraw Israel from the Gaza Strip, achieve personnel exchange between the two sides, and achieve a permanent ceasefire. However, Israel rejected the proposal from the relevant mediators and made modifications to the proposal, bringing the ceasefire negotiation process back to its original point. Israel bears full responsibility for obstructing the achievement of the ceasefire agreement.

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