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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is heading for the Middle East Wednesday on a routine visit to Israel
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is heading for the Middle East Wednesday on a routine visit to Israel, the territories under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA), and Jordan for the first time since Israel began implementing its disengagement plan. Lavrov's visit will be a significant component of Russia's efforts, as a member of the quartet of international mediators (Russia, the United States, the EU, and the UN), to facilitate peace in the Middle East, ensure compliance with the agreements reached in Sharm-el-Sheikh in February, and implement the development program for the Palestinian territories as outlined by the quartet's envoy, James Wolfenson. "This would allow both Palestinians and Israelis to experience changes for the better in terms of security, social, economic, and every-day life," a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry said. "Conditions would simultaneously be created for further steps in accordance with the roadmap, including regional cooperation." Lavrov's Middle East trip will last until October 27.
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