The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas)said on Tuesday that internal Palestinian political crisis "will not last forever."
"Those who think the dispute will continue between our people or the Palestinian divisions will not end without Hamas' apology are wrong," Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoom said in a statement sent to the media.
The dispute between Hamas and Fatah movement loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will stop through an agreement, he said, without disclosing any detail of the future agreement.
Barhoom vowed that the security compounds Hamas seized in June infighting "will not return to their previous status," saying that the resumption of dialogue must be unconditional.
Hamas took over the Gaza Strip after routing rival Fatah security forces. To resume national dialogue, Abbas insisted that Hamas give up control of the security headquarters in Gaza.
Hamas, however, wants to restructure the Fatah-dominated security services in a way that secures the enrolling of Hamas supporters among the apparatuses.