Antony Blinken, the United States Secretary of State, met with the president of the Palestinian Authority during his visit to the West Bank.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to the

The frenzied Mideast diplomatic efforts were carried out by him. on the Israel-Hamas war

On Sunday, the individual traveled to the currently held West Bank and held a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. This was their most recent attempt to alleviate the struggles faced by civilians in the Gaza Strip and to plan for the future of the region after the conflict.

Blinken made a surprise trip to Ramallah, arriving in a heavily guarded convoy and under strict security measures only a few hours later. in the Gaza Strip, killing at least 10 people.

At least 10 individuals were killed when Israeli fighter jets bombed a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.

Health officials reported that a number of individuals were killed and many were injured in the Gaza Strip due to an attack. The State Department kept Blinken’s trip under wraps and did not confirm it until after he had departed from the West Bank, but news of his arrival sparked protests against his visit and the United States’ backing of Israel.

Apart from exchanging pleasantries, the two men did not engage in conversation as they met in front of the cameras. The meeting concluded without any remarks being made to the public. It was uncertain at that moment if the lack of communication implied a negative outcome of the meeting.

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