Middle East Quartet

The Quartet, set up in 2002, consists of the United Nations, the European Union, the United States and Russia. Its mandate is to help mediate Middle East peace negotiations and to support Palestinian economic development and institution-building in preparation for eventual statehood. It meets regularly at the level of the Quartet Principals (United Nations Secretary General, United States Secretary of State, Foreign Minister of Russia, and High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy) and the Quartet Special Envoys.

 

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Quartet Statements: 

 

16 Jun 2007

30 May 2007

21 Mar 2007

12 Feb 2007

09 Feb 2007

02 Feb 2007

20 Sep 2006

17 Jun 2006

09 May 2006

30 Mar 2006

30 Jan 2006

26 Jan 2006

05 Dec 2005

20 Sep 2005

23 Jun 2005

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