Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met secretly with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi two months ago, American officials told News 10.
According to the report by journalist Barak Ravid, Netanyahu secretly flew to Egypt on May 22 along with a small number of advisers and security guards, stayed there for several hours and returned to Israel late at night. The trip remained secret and most of the members of the Political-Security Cabinet did not know of it.
Netanyahu and el-Sisi discussed mainly the Egyptian attempt to promote a political arrangement in the Gaza Strip that would include a return of Palestinian Authority rule to the Gaza Strip, a ceasefire and finding a solution to the issue of the bodies of Israeli soldiers and the Israeli civilians held by Hamas in Gaza.
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