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The EU and the Middle East Peace Process

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About this Event

18 Dec 2012 @ 14:30

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About the Speech:

Following the vote in the United Nations General Assembly which granted Observer State status to the Palestinians, the Israeli government has announced plans to build new settlement blocks in the East Jerusalem area which would prevent the option of a contiguous Palestinian state with access to East Jerusalem. European Foreign Ministers have expressed their strong opposition to these plans and called upon both parties to engage in substantive negotiations. In this context, the EU’s Special Representative for the Peace Process gave a keynote address on his work and the current state of play in the EU’s objective of achieving comprehensive peace and a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine.

About the Speaker:

Dr. Andreas Reinicke became EU Special Representative to the Middle East Peace Process in February 2012. He is a diplomat of more than twenty-five years’ experience and has devoted most of his career to the Middle East. Prior to his appointment to this role, he served as Ambassador of Germany to Syria. He holds a Ph.D. in international law.

Theme: Foreign Policy and ESDP 

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