High-level Egyptian sources revealed to the correspondent of “Sky News Arabia” in Cairo that Egypt informed the United States of its rejection of Israel’s administration of the Gaza Strip, and the offer of its administration of the Strip.
The sources said that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s meeting with CIA Director William Burns on Tuesday morning witnessed an in-depth discussion on the developments in the Gaza Strip, and that the president confirmed Egypt’s rejection of the Israeli presence in the Gaza Strip in any form and under any name.
Egypt also confirmed its rejection of the offer of its administration of the Gaza Strip, as well as the presence of NATO or foreign forces inside the Strip in any form or under any name.
The sources pointed out that Sisi told Burns that Egypt does not see a solution to the current conflict only with a two-state solution and the Palestinians obtaining their legitimate rights in their independent state on the borders of the Fourth of June 1967.
According to the sources, Sisi reaffirmed the rejection of displacement and the liquidation of the Palestinian issue, and Egypt informed the American side that it will continue its efforts for a ceasefire and the entry of humanitarian aid.
Sisi warned against the continuation of Israeli attacks on Gaza, because this will not lead to the elimination of Hamas or resistance factions, but it will lead to civilian casualties, the sources said