ZURICH (AP) -- Israeli and Palestinian soccer leaders will return to FIFA on Monday after first meeting this month.
FIFA says the two groups will resume discussions about easing "the movement of persons and goods for football purposes in and out of and within Palestine."
FIFA says the two federation presidents, Avi Luzon and Jibril Al Rajoub, will attend along with officials from European soccer's ruling body and the Asian Football Confederation.
The Palestinian federation has longstanding objections to travel restrictions imposed by Israeli security authorities that affect players and officials from its own and visiting teams.
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