224 Results
  • February 16, 1995May 15, 1995

    Working group meetings were largely put off in favor of less formal trilateral and multilateral talks. Nonetheless, Syria and Lebanon continued to boycott all meetings attended by Israeli representatives.

  • February 16, 1995May 15, 1995

    In late February, low-level, unofficial talks resumed in Washington under the direction of U.S. coordinator Dennis Ross, but negotiating positions remained unchanged.

  • February 16, 1995May 15, 1995

    Meetings

  • February 16, 1995May 15, 1995

    On 3/9, Israel FM Shimon Peres and PLO Chmn. Yasir Arafat met at Erez and set a target date of 7/1 for reaching a consensus on elections and Israeli withdrawal.

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher visited Syria and Israel 12/6-10, primarily in effort to revive Syrian-Israeli talks. In addition to his discussions with Pres. al-Asad, PM Rabin, and FM Peres, he also met with Chmn. Arafat.

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Two donor meetings were held during the quarter:

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    An EU delegation headed by French FM Alain Juppe toured Damascus, Israel, Gaza, Lebanon from 2/8-12. The delegation expressed support for a full Israeli withdrawal from the Golan, met with representatives at Orient House while in Jerusalem, and called for the resumption of Palestinian talks. 

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Israeli-Arab Relations

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Syrian-Israeli talks, officially suspended in February 1994, were reported by senior U.S. officials on 12/30 to have continued in about 24 secret, high-level meetings in Washington over the past six months.

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Meetings

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Three UN General Assembly resolutions relating to the Middle East were voted on during this quarter:

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Meetings

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Syria and Lebanon continued to boycott all meetings attended by Israeli representatives. Meetings during the quarter were as follows:

  • November 16, 1994February 15, 1995

    Russian envoy Viktor Posuvalyuk visited Jordan and Syria 12/25-27, meeting with King Hussein, Jordanian PM Majali, and Syrian FM al-Shara' about the peace process. He returned to the region on 2/6 for five days of talks in Damascus, Beirut, and Amman.