He met with Iran’s foreign minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian Friday at Doha Director of the Political Bureau of the Movement agitation Ismail Haniyeh They discussed politics and developments in the field Gaza Strip Including a temporary truce between the movement and Israel.
Hamas said the head of its politburo met with Iran’s foreign minister and they discussed political and ground developments as well as a temporary truce.
Abdullahian had earlier said his country hoped “this truce will be the beginning of an end to the crimes committed by the Zionist entity against the Palestinian people”.
On Friday morning, Hamas and Israel began a four-day truce, during which a partial prisoner exchange will take place.
The ceasefire agreement comes after 48 days of Israeli aggression in Gaza that resulted in the deaths of more than 14,000 Palestinians, 70 percent of whom were women and children.
Iran’s foreign minister said the war could not continue without U.S. support for Israel.
Abdullahian said that the reason why the “resistance” attacks the United States in the region is “the Washington government’s support for the Palestinian genocide, which has nothing to do with Iran.”
He added that the Iranian president launched an initiative with leaders of Islamic countries, “BRICS“Stop Israel’s war crimes in Gaza.
Conference in Beirut
Abdullahian visited beirut Wednesday, it was announced Hezbollah On Thursday, he met with the Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah The meeting “reviewed the latest developments in Palestine, Lebanon and the region, as well as existing possibilities for developments and efforts to halt Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip.”
In an interview with Al-Mayadeen TV on Wednesday, Abdullahian warned that the fighting in Gaza would expand in the region. “We do not want the war to expand,” he said, adding that “if the aggression continues, any possibility is possible.”
Hezbollah conducts daily operations against Israeli military targets near the border, placing it within the framework of supporting the Gaza Strip and “supporting its resistance,” while Israel responds by bombing areas in southern Lebanon.
The Iranian minister traveled from Beirut to Doha, where he met with the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani.
Qatar News Agency reported that during the meeting, developments in the situation in the Gaza Strip and the Occupied Palestinian Territory were reviewed, especially efforts to implement the humanitarian armistice agreement and the steps being taken to implement it.