The Head of the Hamas Political Bureau arrives in Moscow to discuss international developments and their effects on the Palestinian cause.

Iran PressEurope: The Head of the political bureau of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, has arrived in Moscow to hold high-level political talks with Russian officials, including Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

In a press statement, the media advisor to Hamas political bureau chief, Taher Al-Nono, said that Haniyeh has arrived in Moscow on a visit during which he intends to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and a number of Russian leaders and officials.

The movement's delegation includes the deputy head of the Hamas political bureau, Saleh Al-Arouri, in addition to the two members of the Political Bureau, Moussa Abu Marzouk and Maher Salah, according to the statement.

Al-Nono indicated that "this visit, which comes at the invitation of the Russian Foreign Ministry, will last for several days and aims to discuss prospects for bilateral relations to serve the Palestinian cause.

The visit comes at a very important time at the level of the region and the world, as international developments and changes related to the region and their effects on the Palestinian cause will be discussed," Al-Nono added, praising at the same time the relationship with Russia and its stances on Palestine.

Haniyeh paid a visit to Moscow in early March 2020 during which he praised Moscow for defending Palestinian rights and dismissing a pro-Israel proposal devised by the US on the Middle East conflict.


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