The meeting would discuss "the best ways to provide the necessary support for the success of these negotiations," Nassif Hetti, spokesman for Secretary General Nabil al-Arabi told reporters.
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"We have always insisted on setting a definite time limit for these negotiations," he added.
A Palestinian official told AFP on Monday that Israeli and Palestinian negotiators met over the weekend without reaching a "breakthrough."
Talks between the two sides, which were relaunched during initial meetings in Washington at the end of July after intense diplomatic efforts by the United States, have taken place under a US-imposed media blackout.
In mid-August, Israel angered the Palestinians by announcing it would construct more than 2,000 additional settler homes in the occupied West Bank and annexed east Jerusalem.
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