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The Israeli Radio reported that Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, held a meeting in Amman on Wednesday with Israeli opposition leader of the Kadima Party, Tzipi Livni. read full story / add a comment
The U.S. State Department announced on Tuesday that the delegates of the International Quartet Committee will be holding separate meetings with the Palestinian and Israeli leaders next Monday, November 14, in Jerusalem. They will be trying to facilitate the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. read full story / add a comment
During the Quartet visit to Palestine last week, Israel submitted a proposal to break the current impasse of the peace process by initiating secret direct negotiations with the Palestinians, but the Palestinian Authority rejected the offer. read full story / add a comment
Media sources reported that King Abdullah of Jordan stated that Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is seeking the collapse of the Hashemite Kingdom by transforming it into an alternative country for the Palestinians. read full story / add a comment
The International Quartet for Mideast Peace, made up of representatives from the US, EU, Russia and Great Britain, held separate meetings on Wednesday with Palestinian and Israeli officials in an attempt to re-start peace talks, which have been stalled for over a year since Israeli government officials refused to end expansion of Israeli settlement colonies on Palestinian land. read full story / add a comment
The international Quartet delegates will be traveling to Ramallah and Jerusalem later this week in an attempt to revive the stalled Palestinian-Israeli peace talks, the Palestinian News Agency, Maan, reported earlier on Sunday. read full story / add a comment
Quartet Committee envoy, Tony Blair, stated Thursday, October 17, that international mediators intend to ask the Palestinian and Israeli delegates to share their perceptions regarding security and border arrangements, under a final status peace agreement, the Maan News Agency reported. read full story / add a comment
Envoys of the Middle East Quartet Committee will be holding separate meetings with Palestinian and Israeli officials in Jerusalem on October 26th, in an attempt to revive direct Palestinian-Israeli peace talks, Mark Toner, U.S State Department spokesperson said.
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Member of the Executive Committee of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), long-time negotiator, Dr. Saeb Erekat, stated that the time and date for a meeting with the Quartet, which recently called for the resumption of peace talks, has not been set yet, the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA) reported. read full story / add a comment
The International Quartet Committee is trying to set up a meeting between Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, and Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, before the end of October, in accordance with the timetable established in its announcement on September 23 regarding the resumption of the stalled peace talks, the Maan News Agency reported. read full story / add a comment
Members of the Middle East Quartet are set to invite representatives from Palestine and Israel to a round of talks, to begin negotiations afresh after talks stalled once again last September, due to Netanyahuâ€™s inability to halt the expansion of the settlements. read full story / add a comment
Envoys of the Middle East Quartet committee will meet in Brussels on Sunday to discuss the possibility of restarting the stalling peace process, the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA) reported. read full story / add a comment
Secretary-General of the Executive Committee of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), Yasser Abed-Rabbo, stated that the Palestinian leadership will not return to the negotiations table before Israel halts all of its settlement activities. read full story / add a comment
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