January 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);1/14/2011, Vol. 195 Issue 5013, p5
The article offers updates on the foreign relation between Israel and Palestine. George Mitchell, U.S. Middle East envoy for the peace negotiation between Israel-Palestinian has met with Israeli and Palestinian envoys. The International Quartet of Middle East mediators will also be meeting in Munich to revive the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations in February 5, 2011. Guyana has also joined with other South American nations to convince Palestine and Israel to come up with a peace treaty.


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