The head of Palestine interrupted his visit to Jordan because of the attack on premiere cortege

The head of Palestine interrupted his visit to Jordan because of the attack on
 premiere cortege

RAMALLAH, March 13 (Itar-Tass) – RIA Novosti. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas decided to interrupt his visit to Jordan because of an attack on the motorcade of the head of the Palestinian government Rami Hamdalla, a source told RIA Novosti. UN emissary condemns attack on motorcade of Palestinian prime minister in Gaza
The local police earlier reported that the explosive device had worked in the Gaza Strip alongside the cortege of Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah. Hamdallah himself, who came on a rare visit from the West Bank, was not injured in the blast, which the Palestinian National Authority blamed on Hamas for. In turn, the ruling Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip condemned the attack on Hamdallah’s motorcade and urged law enforcement agencies to find the perpetrators as soon as possible.
“President Abbas is interrupting his visit to Jordan and is returning to Ramallah to follow the events after the attempted explosion of the prime minister’s cortege,” the source said.
Reportedly, the leader of Palestine arrived in Jordan on Monday for a two-day visit. In the Gaza Strip, suspects were detained in undermining the prime minister’s motorcade
Local police have already reported the detention of several suspects. A source in the security services told RIA Novosti that activists of jihadist groups, who are at odds with Hamas and ideologically close to the terrorists from the group Islamic State (IG, are banned in Russia), may be involved in the explosion.
Hamas has ruled the last ten years in the Gaza Strip, which lives in conditions of sanctions, isolation from the outside world, wars with Israel and a degrading socio-economic situation. Opponents of Islamists from Fatah control the West Bank through PNA institutions, which enjoy international recognition and support. Both movements are negotiating overcoming civil strife and restoring the integrity of the Palestinian political system.

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