Quartet on the Middle East

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The Quartet on the Middle East is a group of nations and international organisations concerned with bringing about an agreed settlement in the conflict over Israel and Palestine. Its five representatives comprise the United Nations, the European Union, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and Russia. Since June 2007, its 'Special Envoy' to the Middle East has been former British Prime Minister Tony Blair; given his role in the U.S.-led Iraq War, this appointment has been strongly criticised, particularly in Russia and the Middle East region.[1][2]

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  1. Staff writer. Mideast press mulls Blair Quartet role, BBC News, British Broadcasting Corporation, 28 June 2007. Retrieved on 12 April 2014.
  2. Staff writer, The Associated Press. Blair, on 1st trip as Mideast envoy, sees sense of possibility in region, The Evening News, Transcontinental Nova Scotia Media Group, 24 July 2007. Retrieved on 12 April 2014.