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Quartet discusses resuming ‘meaningful’ Palestinian-Israeli talks

A brief statement from which comprises Russia, US, EU and the UN discuss a two-state solution

Jerusalem24 – The Middle East Quartet, on Tuesday, discussed the resumption of meaningful long-stalled Palestinian-Israeli talks.

A brief statement from the body, which comprises Russia, US, European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN), said that it met virtually to “discuss returning to meaningful negotiations that will lead to a two-state solution. The discussions included tangible steps to advance freedom, security and prosperity for Palestinians and Israelis, which is important in its own right.”

The Envoys also discussed the situation on the ground, in particular the COVID-19 pandemic, the unsustainable disparity in economic development between Israelis and Palestinians, and the need for the parties to refrain from unilateral actions that make a two-state solution more difficult to achieve.

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