(Worthy News) - Envoys from the US, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations — the so-called Middle East Quartet — met in Jerusalem on Thursday for the first time since the election of US President Donald Trump.
In a statement released by the Quartet, they “expressed serious concern over the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza and discussed current efforts to resolve the crisis.”
The four also agreed to “meet again and to continue their regular engagement with Israelis and Palestinians, and key regional stakeholders.” [ Source: Times of Israel ]
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