[Joint Jerusalem]On the 11th, the Israeli and Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that they had held a foreign ministers’ meeting in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. According to the Egyptian side, Israeli Foreign Minister Shukuri emphasized to Israeli Foreign Minister Rapid that “the need to break the stalemate with Palestine” to resume peace talks in the Middle East. It is a request for groundbreaking to resume negotiations, but it is rare for Egypt to mention peace in the Middle East these days. Mr. Rapid’s reply is unknown. In Israel, the new Bennett administration’s policy on the Palestinian issue, which was launched last month, is inconsistent within the Cabinet, and Palestine is also divided into the West Bank and Gaza, making it difficult to resume peace talks in reality.