Israel / Palästina

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UNTSO

United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UN-led)
Mandatiert seit: 05/48

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UNSCO

The Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process

Mandatiert seit: 06/94

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TIPH-2

Temporary International Presence in Hebron (Other)
Beginn: 02/97

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EUBAM Rafah

EU Border Assistance Mission at Rafah Crossing Point (EU)
Mandatiert seit: 11/05

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EUPOL COPPS

EU Police Co-ordinating Office for Palestinian Police Support (EU)
Mandatiert seit: 11/05

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UN chief: 'no alternative' to Palestine-Israel solution (16.02.2017)

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned that there is "no alternative" to a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict, after a White House official said peace did not necessarily have to entail Palestinian statehood.

At Security Council, senior UN envoy cautions against 'unilateral' action in Middle East (17.01.2017)

[…] In his first briefing of the year, Nickolay Mladenov, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, told the Council that tensions flared following the December adoption of resolution 2334 (2016). Passed with14 votes for and one abstention, the resolution condemned Israeli...

France plays down Paris Middle East peace talks prospects (12.01.2017)

French President Francois Hollande sought to play down the prospects of Middle East peace talks in Paris on Sunday, saying only direct negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians could resolve the long-standing conflict. France has over the last year tried to breathe new life into the peace...

Israel/Palestine: parameters for a to-state settlement – ICG report (28.11.2016)

The collapse of U.S.-led Israeli-Palestinian talks in 2014 led to political instability, rising violence and settlement expansion. To improve his successors’ peace-making chances, President Obama should push for a new UN Security Council resolution setting out the basic parameters of a deal.

Israel rejects French peace initiative, insisting on direct talks with Palestinians (07.11.2016)

The French attempt had started in June with international conference convening the UN, EU, US and major Arab states. The aim was to gather proposals and then invite Israelis and Palestinians to a conference.

In turbulent Middle East, UN envoy warns against ‘sleep-walking into another violent conflict’ (19.10.2016)

As the absence of progress towards a two-state solution has led to growing anger and frustration among Palestinians and profound disillusionment among Israelis, the top United Nations Middle East envoy warned today: “We must all avoid the risk of sleep-walking into another violent conflict at a...

Two-state solution to Israel-Palestine conflict at risk of giving way to ‘one-state reality,’ - Ban (15.09.2016)

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for intensified efforts to encourage Israelis and Palestinians to take the difficult steps required to change the current destructive trajectory of the conflict, which is heading towards a “one-state reality” rather than a peaceful...