The news of a new draft resolution came a day after Egypt said that it was to send a senior official to Gaza to invite the Palestinian Authority and Israel to Cairo for peace talks. Omar Suleiman, who helped arrange the truce declared by militants in June, was to send a deputy to Gaza on Wednesday to issue invitations to Cairo for continued talks, Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei told Reuters. The head of Qurie’s office, Hassen Abu Libdeh, said any meeting was dependent on what Israel could offer ‘to ease the life of Palestinians and give hope for a better future’.