(L-R) Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and exiled Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal meet in Doha August 21, 2014, in this photo provided by the Palestinian President Office. REUTERS/Thaer Ghanaim/ Palestinian President Office (PPO)/Handout via Reuters
CAIRO: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called Saturday for a swift resumption of the Cairo-mediated talks between Israel and the Palestinians that failed last week to put an end to the Gaza crisis.
"My main goal is for the truce talks to resume in Egypt as soon as possible to avoid more casualties and sacrifices," Abbas told a news conference after meeting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
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