Egyptian and Palestinian officials meet Tuesday with militant Palestinian leaders in Cairo, for talks aimed at consolidating a de-facto ceasefire with Israel.

Delegates were to review a proposal put forward by Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and backed by Egypt for a one-year truce, during which all factions would agree to halt attacks on Israeli targets. 

However, some delegates say such a deal would require more significant Israeli concessions. 

Ahead of the talks, Western news reports quoted militant leaders as saying they will not agree to a long-term ceasefire unless Israel promises to end incursions into Palestinian towns, and the targeted killings of militant leaders.

For its part, Israel says a ceasefire must be accompanied by a Palestinian move to disarm and dismantle militant groups.

Some information for this report provided by AP, AFP, Reuters.