Mohammad Shtayyeh, who arrived on Saturday in Doha to pay an official visit, highlighted the sister nation’s support at the diplomatic, political, material and moral levels on international, Arab and local platforms, and its contribution to the convergence of views to complete Palestinian reconciliation.
On speaking to Qatar News Agency, the PM explained that in addition to thanking Qatar for its assistance, his visit is aimed at exchanging views on how to fill the ‘political vacuum’ in the Palestinian cause and achieve a genuine peace process, based on international law.
Shtayyeh expressed confidence in Doha’s arbitration to achieve Palestinian reconciliation following its role in stopping Israel’s recent aggression against Palestinians in Jerusalem and Gaza.
The leader also referred to Egypt’s call for an internal Palestinian dialogue next week as an opportunity for serious and real results, and the return of Arab cohesion to serve the cause.
‘There is no peace or constructive negotiation without political, administrative and financial unity,’ the prime minister added, and said his door is open to understanding.
After this visit, which has also served to give an account of the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip and strengthen Qatari-Palestinian relations, Shtayyeh will head to Jordan, Kuwait and Oman.
With the itinerary, the PM indicated, he seeks to exchange views among the leadership in order to make the ceasefire permanent, taking into account the favorable approach of the new US administration.