World Bulletin / News Desk
Palestinian National Reconciliation government that will be formed with an agreement between Hamas and al-Fatah will be announced after the second round of Egyptian presidential election.
Ahmed Attun from Hamas told AA correspondent that mediator Egypt had been dealing with the presidential election and the Palestinian National Reconciliation government would be made public on June 25-27 after the second round of Egyptian presidential election set to be held on June 16-17.
Hamas and al-Fatah delegations reached agreement on formation of the national reconciliation government in a meeting in Cairo last weekend.
The Arab League welcomed the deal and described it as an important step in national unity process.
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