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A Regional Peace Plan: The Geneva Initiative Annexes

Geneva Initiative AnnexesOn September 15th, 2009 the Geneva Initiative officially released our complete and updated annex book which complements the Geneva Initiative from 2003.

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Reactions:

Swedish FM Carl Bildt congratulated Geneva Initiative Israeli and Palestinian Director-Generals on the "important acheivement" of the annexs and expressed his hope that "the Geneva Accord and the Annexes will serve as a basis for a future peace agreement between Israelis and Palestinians."
US State Secretary Clinton and Swiss Foreign Minister Calmy Rey discuss the Geneva Initiative
Egypt FM Aboul Gheit comment upon receipt of the annexes: "important document that can form a good and useful base of reference when signing a peace agreement between the sides"
An Israeli-Palestinian Geneva Initiative delegation presents the Annex book to the Director of the Foreign and Security Affairs Department at PM Zapatero’s Office and to high-level officials from the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Geneva Initiative presents annexes to the European Union in Brussels
Geneva Initiative presents annexes in Forum 2000 in Prague
Former US President Bill Clinton: Geneva Initiative Annexes help fill the void
Israeli President Shimon Peres

President Peres receives a copy of the Geneva Initiative Annexes from GI Co-Architect Beilin.

 

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