Palestinian PM, Danish FM sign $80 million agreement
Hamdallah, who received Samuelsen at his Ramallah office, briefed the Danish minister on the latest political and economic developments, including the deteriorating health condition of Palestinian prisoners who have been on a hunger strike in Israeli prisons for 32 days, according to PalestInian news agency, WAFA.
He urged Samuelsen to put pressure on Israel to respect hunger strikers’ basic rights and respond to their fair demands that are in line with international conventions.
He particularly referred to hunger strikers’ right to bimonthly family visits, the right to receive appropriate medical care and treatment, and the right to pursue higher education. ■