Envoys of the Middle East Quartet discuss the two-state solution in Amman

PNN/ Amman/

On 13 and 14 July, Envoys of the Middle East Quartet met in Amman as part of their regular and direct outreach to Arab states.

Over the two days, the Envoys from the EU, Russia, US and UN met with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh and National Security Adviser Abdullah Wreikat to discuss how to preserve the two-state solution, and how to create conditions that will enable the parties to return to meaningful negotiations.

The Quartet envoys underlined the important role of Jordan in achieving a sustainable and just Israeli-Palestinian peace, and noted the importance of the Arab Peace Initiative for a comprehensive resolution to the conflict.

The Quartet envoys also met with Kito de Boer, Director of the Office of the Quartet, to discuss how to advance steps on the ground in Gaza and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, in support of the Palestinian economy by strengthening investment in the private sector, rule of law, and movement and access.


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