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Tony Blair on Middle East talks:  Economics goes side by side with politics

Tony Blair on Middle East talks:  Economics goes side by side with politics

Quartet Representative Tony Blair meets with high-level British business delegation in Jerusalem to discuss the latest plans to kick-start Palestinian economic growth. ...

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Tony Blair: Enormous potential for doing business in the Palestinian territories

Tony Blair: Enormous potential for doing business in the Palestinian territories

Over 100 people attend major conference in Prague to discuss the IPE - an economic initiative designed to bring about transformative change and substantial growth in the Palestinian economy and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs....

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The Initiative for the Palestinian Economy - An Overview

The Initiative for the Palestinian Economy - An Overview

The Initiative for the Palestinian Economy (IPE) is spearheaded by the Office of the Quartet Representative and designed to effect transformative change and substantial growth in the Palestinian economy, creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs. ...

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ICT as a catalyst for growth

ICT as a catalyst for growth

Text of remarks made by Acting Head of Mission of the Office of the Quartet Representative, Mark Singleton, at the Expotech conference in Jericho....

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Address to Middle East Commercial Centre

Address to Middle East Commercial Centre

Text of address by Mark Singleton, Acting Head of Mission at the Office of the Quartet Representative, at the Winter Meeting of the Middle East Commercial Centre, February 2014, on the Initiative for the Palestinian Economy. ...

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Quartet Representative Tony Blair urges more immediate intervention in Gaza

Quartet Representative Tony Blair urges more immediate intervention in Gaza

The impact of the storm has increased the urgency for immediate intervention in order to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe in the Strip and has again illustrated the need for a more lasting solution to the problems facing the people there...

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Quartet Representative Tony Blair’s statement on the Economic Initiative for Palestine

Quartet Representative Tony Blair’s statement on the Economic Initiative for Palestine

The Economic Initiative represents an important acceptance that just as the economics cannot take precedence over the politics, so a successful political negotiation has to be supported and boosted by economic growth and development....

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Tony Blair welcomes Israel’s decision on easing measures for the West Bank and Gaza

Tony Blair welcomes Israel’s decision on easing measures for the West Bank and Gaza

"A vibrant and thriving Palestinian economy, although not a substitute for the peace process in any way, will be beneficial for both sides and can provide hope that a better future is achievable for all."...

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Tony Blair: There is hope amid the turmoil of the Middle East

Tony Blair: There is hope amid the turmoil of the Middle East

"There is a burgeoning acceptance that religious freedom is a necessary part of free and open societies. The discussion about the place of religion in government and society is now out in the open...for the first time, there is lively and intelligent debate around this issue, which is at the core of the Middle East's problems."...

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Announcement of Resumption of Middle East Peace Talks

Announcement of Resumption of Middle East Peace Talks

Following the announcement of resumption of Middle East Peace Talks Quartet Representative Tony Blair said: "This is a hugely significant breakthrough. The fact that direct final status talks are starting again sends an immense signal of hope across the region and wider world. There is no doubt that the road to peace will be hard. But the consequences of leaving the peace process in disrepair would be so much harder..." ...

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