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Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas, to the Federal Republic of Russia to discuss ways to advance the peace process.

The Palestinian leader held talks with Vladimir Putin at the Black Sea resort of Sochi in Southwest Russia Russian counterpart briefed on the overall developments in the general situation in the Palestinian territories, the suffering of the Palestinians as a result of Israeli actions of racism, the two leaders also discussed bilateral relations and ways to advance the peace process, bilateral relations and ways to develop them and their development in various fields.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov had expressed during a meeting with Saeb Erekat, Secretary of the Palestine Liberation Organization last January is ready to host a meeting between President Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

He said his country will do its utmost to help launch direct negotiations between Israel and Palestine content. “

Meanwhile, the head of the political Bureau of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh on Thursday, arresting the movement “killer” for one of the military commanders before about 50 days in the Gaza Strip, again accusing Israel of being behind the incident.

Haniyeh told reporters in Gaza that “direct killer gangster who carried out the assassination of Commander Mazen foqha (military leadership of Hamas and former prisoners Israel) by order of the Israeli occupation is in our hands and was arrested.

Haneya added that “all the details and evidence revealing involvement in assassination of occupation and internal jurisprudence would announce details in a few days,” adding that it “will execute comeuppance murderer and everyone associated with the incident on the base of revolutionary justice. Uche killed gunmen under mysterious circumstances in Gaza on March 24, note that former prisoners Israel which kept him out of the West Bank to Gaza immediately after his release under a deal with Hamas in 2011.

To, the United Nations relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA, more than 60 percent of the Palestinian refugees are suffering from homelessness and displacement within Syria due to bombardment and siege since 2011.

According to UN agency in a statement today that some 280 Palestinian refugees are exposed to difficult situations because of military operations in Syria, leaving their homes and communities and livelihoods.

She stressed that more than 12, 000 Palestinian refugees who are most vulnerable including women and children, the elderly and the disabled who fled to temporary shelters UNRWA collective, indicating approximately 43 thousand refugees trapped in places difficult or inaccessible.