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Photo: Furthering Middle East Peace: The Palestinian-Israeli Agreement on Gaza Border Crossings and Access


Washington, DC
November 15, 2005

Secretary Rice, center, European Union's Foreign policy chief Javier Solana, left, and international Mideast envoy James Wolfensohn are shown during a press conference at the David Citadel hotel in Jerusalem Tuesday Nov. 15, 2005. During the meeting they announced that Israel and the Palestinians agreed on a detailed arrangement for opening the borders of the Gaza Strip and allowing freer movement for Palestinians elsewhere. AP/WWP

2005: The Year in Pictures - Strengthening Alliances and Defending Principles

Secretary Rice, center, European Unions Foreign policy chief Javier Solana, left, and international Mideast envoy James Wolfensohn in Jerusalem Tuesday Nov. 15, 2005 [ AP/WWP]


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