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Zionists’ claim: We are close to the prisoner exchange agreement

On Wednesday morning, the Zionist media published details about the first step of the exchange of prisoners while referring to Tel Aviv’s agreement to import 24,000 liters of fuel for UN trucks to use in Gaza.

According to the report of the international group of Fars news agency, in the midst of the publication of news and contradictory statements about the progress in indirect negotiations between the interim Zionist regime and the Palestinian resistance for the exchange of prisoners, a Tel Aviv official announced that an agreement is approaching.

A senior source of the Zionist terrorist regime said on Wednesday morning: “Progress has been made in the hostage exchange agreement and it may be implemented in the next 48 to 72 hours.”

This Zionist official, whose name was not disclosed, explained to “ABC” channel: “The Israeli War Cabinet will hold a meeting on Wednesday evening to discuss the hostage exchange agreement.”

While referring to the mediation of Qatar and the United States to reach a prisoner exchange agreement, the Zionist media reported: “The first step of this agreement is for Israel to release imprisoned Palestinian children in exchange for Zionist children held by Hamas.”

Before this, US President Joe Biden said on Tuesday evening that he believes the hostages will be released in the Gaza Strip, but he did not go into the details of this issue. (more details)

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