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Hamas is ready for "urgent negotiations" with Israel on prisoner exchange, Yahya Sinwar, the Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip and political bureau chief, said on Monday.
After last week's ceasefire following 11 days of brutal conflict between Israel and Palestine, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday committed to improve the grave humanitarian crisis in Gaza and promulgate peace and cooperation between the two countries.
Amid the ceasefire with Hamas, Israel decided to reopen its crossings with Gaza on Tuesday to allow fuel and humanitarian aid to enter the coastal enclave for the first time in more than two weeks.
Given the long-standing resilience of the Israeli economy to geopolitical developments, Moody's Investors Service expects heightened conflict with Hamas militants in Palestine to have only a modest impact on the country's economic recovery from the pandemic and on the government's near-term fiscal metrics.
Both Israel and Hamas have claimed success after the cease-fire in the 11-day conflict between them that left behind 243 Palestinian and 12 Israelis dead, as well as scores of wounded on both sides.
The government offices in the Gaza Strip are to reopen on Sunday following the end of the fighting between Israel and militant groups in Gaza that continued for 11 days, a government official said on Saturday.
Amid the ceasefire between Israel and Palestine, Jerusalem's Temple Mount complex has opened to Jews on Sunday morning for the first time in 20 days, amid tensions at the holy site.