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Robert Serry

Robert Sherry
Robert Serry, UN envoy to Middle East

In a HARDtalk interview broadcast on 18th May 2009, Stephen Sackur talks to Robert Serry, the United Nation's special envoy to the Middle East peace process.

A new Israeli Prime Minister is in Washington to meet a new American President; hanging over them, the same old question : what chance is there of a lasting Middle East peace?

Robert Serry is the United Nation's special envoy to the Middle East peace process. Israel recently accused the UN of issuing a biased, one sided account of Israeli army actions in Gaza.

Is there a role for UN diplomacy in the Middle East?

Robert Serry talks to Stephen Sackur.

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