Egypt hosted Israeli and Palestinian officials on Sunday in the resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh in its efforts to push for pre-Ramadan calm.
The talks are being held in the backdrop of US and Jordanian intervention to calm a surge of violence in the West Bank ahead of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.
A statement said the meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh aims to support dialogue between the Palestinian and Israeli sides to work to stop unilateral actions and escalation and break the existing cycle of violence and achieve calm.
This could facilitate the creation of a climate suitable for the resumption of the peace process.
The meeting comes amid escalating tensions between Israel and Palestine, with recent clashes and unrest in Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
The international community has been calling for an end to the violence and a return to dialogue and negotiations towards a lasting peace agreement.
Egypt has been a key mediator in past conflicts between Israel and Palestine and has been working towards calming tensions and finding a solution to the ongoing conflict.
The talks in Sharm el-Sheikh are seen as a positive step towards achieving peace and stability in the region.
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