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2016. november 22., kedd - Strasbourg Lektorált változat

11. A ciszjordániai, többek között a telepekkel kapcsolatos helyzet (vita)
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  Tamás Meszerics (Verts/ALE ). – Madam President, I say to the Vice-President, allow me to a start with a quotation: ‘if you say you want two states, either you do something now or it is gone. We do not have a safety net or a plan B’. These are your words, Madam Vice-President, and roughly a year ago when they were spoken I fully agreed with them, and I agree with them even more now.

I also share the view that I would be very happy and very grateful for any glimmer of hope, namely for the most important actor, the Israeli government to show a basic commitment to the two-state solution, because there is no alternative in sight. But what we are seeing is actually a rise in construction in the West Bank, and it goes on at an increasing speed.

Between January and October, 158 EU- or Member State-funded structures were demolished, twice last year’s total. This is something which we should focus on, even if you take into consideration the full scope of the complexity.

 
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