Middle East Peace Process


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The High Representative and EU Foreign ministers discussed the situation in Syria at the beginning of their meeting. The Council held a debate on Venezuela and on Moldova. Foreign ministers had a discussion on the Middle Peace Process with foreign ministers, members of the LAS ministerial delegation on Jerusalem chaired by Jordan (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, the Palestinian Authority).

L’Union européenne est fermement attachée à une solution fondée sur la coexistence de deux États au Proche-Orient, avec Jérusalem comme capitale d’Israël et de la Palestine. Elle continuera à appuyer concrètement le processus de paix et le peuple palestinien, notamment en soutenant le travail de l'Office de secours et de travaux des Nations unies pour les réfugiés de Palestine dans le Proche-Orient (UNRWA).


The European Union is firmly committed to a two-State solution in the Middle East, with Jerusalem as the capital of both Israel and Palestine, and will continue to concretely support the peace process and the Palestinian people, including through its backing of the work of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).


EU and Norway to convene an extraordinary session of the international donor group for Palestine (AHLC)