In Focus

The Geneva Initiative meets with Portugal's Minister of Foreign Affairs

On November 25, GI Israeli director Gadi Baltiansky (on the left) and Steering Committee member Colette Avital met with Portugal's Foreign Affairs Minister Augusto Santos Silva (on the right).
Minister Silva stressed his support for the two-state solution. 
Avital told him about the Geneva Accord, explaining that it represents the only available agreed upon model agreement for peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Baltiansky then took the opportunity to discuss the role of the international community in helping the parties to reach a genuine, sustainable peace agreement.  
As part of his visit in the region, the minister met with several officials, including Israel's President Reuven Rivlin and the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

Briefing for Foreign Diplomats: The American Presidential Elections and Prospects for the Middle East Peace Process

On November 21, the Geneva Initiative held a briefing for over 30 diplomats based in Israel, on the recent American Presidential elections and their implications for the Middle East Peace Process.



New Political Course in Ashdod

After concluding a great political course in Afula, the Geneva Initiative is excited to launch a new course in the southern city of Ashdod. The course will run through November, and will culminate in a workshop with graduates of a parallel Palestinian course.

Geneva Initiative meets with EU Foreign Policy Chief


On September 28th, heads of the Israeli and Palestinian Geneva Initiative met with the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Ms. Federica Mogherini.

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