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Division for Palestinian Rights“The role of Europe in advancing Palestinian statehood and achieving peace between Israelis and Palestinians”.
Brussels, Belgium, 28 and 29 June 2011

The Meeting will aim at contributing to international efforts at achieving peace between Israelis and Palestinians by looking at the role of Europe in advancing a two-State solution. It will take stock of 20 years of European efforts to promote Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking; examine current efforts at resuming direct negotiations for a permanent settlement; and look at alternatives to the negotiating process, including achieving a two-State solution through multilateral mechanisms. The Meeting will also consider current European political initiatives, including the parameters for a negotiated settlement, endorsed by the European Union in April 2011, as well as the role of parliamentarians and civil society in promoting peace.


United Nations International Meeting in Support of the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process

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