World Bulletin / News Desk
Fatah leader President Mahmoud Abbas convened senior party officials living abroad at a meeting in Turkey on Saturday, on the sidelines of a presidential visit to the country, reported Ma'an News agency.
The closed-door meeting aimed to reflect on the general situation for the party, its achievements and major challenges, informed sources told the report.
Delegates agreed to hold a Fatah general council meeting, and establish a mechanism to sustain the party's successes while learning from the past, they said.
West Bank Fatah officials Saeb Erekat and Nabil Abu Rdaineh joined the meeting, which came amid a 10-day official visit to Turkey, the sources added.
"It is incomprehensible and unacceptable, it was a mistake," Renzi told Italian radio.
The hold up also threatens to torpedo next week's planned visit to Brussels by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sign the deal.
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