Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) arrived in Doha on the evening of February 11, with the hope of meeting with members of the Hamas Politburo. The Qatari government is acting as a mediator in negotiations between Hamas and Israel, and Abbas is interested in the Qatari government to help organize a meeting with the leaders of the Hamas political leadership. He intends to invite them to create a government of technocrats within the Palestinian Authority, in which a body responsible for the restoration of the Gaza Strip will be formed. The body created by the PA government will be under international control, which will allow funds to be transferred for the reconstruction of the sector.
Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) was welcomed by members of the Qatari government, who expressed their support for his efforts to find a peaceful solution to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. As part of their role as mediators, they have been working closely with both sides to find common ground and facilitate communication.
Abbas’s arrival in Doha marked an important step forward in these negotiations. He was able to meet with key members of Hamas’s leadership and discuss his plans for creating a technocrat-led government within the Palestinian Authority. This would include establishing a body responsible for overseeing reconstruction efforts in Gaza, which would be subject to international control and oversight.
The Qatari government has been instrumental in facilitating these negotiations, providing critical support and resources to both sides as they work towards finding a lasting peace agreement. Their role as mediators has been crucial in bringing together representatives from both sides and encouraging dialogue and cooperation between them.