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UN Images: Talking Peace & War In The Middle East


Secretary-General Kofi ANNAN addresses correspondents at UN Headquarters Monday evening. (UN/DPI Photo #UNE 769 by Eskinder Debebe)


Naji SABRI, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Iraq, addresses correspondents at UN Headquarters after Monday evening’s announcement. (UN/DPI Photo #UNE 770 by Eskinder Debebe)

The press conference of Quartet principals (left to right): Javier Solana, High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy, European Union; Colin Powell, Secretary of State of the United States of America; UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan; Igor S. Ivanov, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation; Per Stig Moeller, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Denmark, representing the European Union Presidency; and Chris Patten, External Relations Commissioner, European Commission. (UN Photo #UNE787 by Eskinder Debebe)


View of the Quartet meeting on the Middle East held today at UN Headquarters. Secretary-General Kofi Annan is seated fourth from right. (UN Photo #UNE790 by Eskinder Debebe)

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