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Negotiating A Two State Solution

Negotiating A Two State Solution

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with Israeli and Palestinian negotiators to discuss the formal resumption of direct Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, in the Oval Office, July 30, 2013. To the President's left are, Palestinian Chie

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with Israeli and Palestinian negotiators to discuss the formal resumption of direct Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, in the Oval Office, July 30, 2013. To the President's left are, Palestinian Chie

Remarks on the Middle East Peace Process Talks
Secretary of State Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni and Palestinian Chief Negotiator Saeb Erekat
Washington, DC July 30, 2013 

 Statement by the President on the Resumption of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations
The White House, Office of the Press Secretary. July 29, 2013

Obama Says Mideast Peace Is “Possible and Necessary”

Remarks With Ambassador Martin Indyk
John Kerry, Secretary of State, Press Briefing Room, Washington, DC.
July 29, 2013

PRESIDENT OBAMA'S MIDDLE EAST TRIP

President Obama Speaks to the People of Israel
Jerusalem International Convention Center, Jerusalem Read the transcript 

Resumption of Israeli-Palestinian Direct Final Status Negotiations
Statement, U.S. Dept. of State, July 28, 2013 Hebrew translation 

Press Availability in Amman, Jordan
Press Availability, John Kerry, Secretary of State
Amman, Jordan, July 19, 2013

Press Availability in Tel Aviv, Israel
John Kerry, Secretary of State, Ben Gurion International Airport
Tel Aviv, Israel. May 24, 2013

Remarks Before His Meeting With Israeli President Shimon Peres
J
ohn Kerry, Secretary of State, Residence of the Israeli President
Jerusalem, May 23, 2013

Remarks With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Before Their Meeting
John Kerry, Secretary of State, Office of the Prime Minister
Jerusalem, May 23, 2013

General Assembly Votes Overwhelmingly To Accord Palestine ‘Non-Member Observer State’ Status In United Nations
November 29, 2012

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly: 67/19. Status of Palestine in the United Nation 

Photo gallery:

The President's Trip To The Middle East 

Secretary of State John Kerry visits to Israel
U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv

May 2013
April 2013 

Archive:

Briefing on Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks
George Mitchell, Special Envoy for Middle East Peace, Jerusalem,
September 15, 2010

Remarks With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Washington, DC. September 2, 2010

Remarks by the President in the Rose Garden after Bilateral Meetings
September 1, 2010

CRS reports:



Archive - Key Documents: 

Roadmap to Solution of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, April 30, 2003.

http://telaviv.usembassy.gov/ac/rm.aspx 

Sharm El-Sheikh Fact-Finding Committee Report, April 30, 2001 

http://telaviv.usembassy.gov/ac/sh.aspx  

United Nations Security Council Resolutions 2001-2007:

1967-1963

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