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August 7, 2013 8:57 am

EU Special Rep to Middle East Peace Process Insists EU ‘Earthquake’ Guidelines to Take Effect Unchanged in 2014

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Ambassador Andreas Reinicke, EU Special Representative to the Middle East Peace Process. Photo: Screenshot.

Ambassador Andreas Reinicke, EU Special Representative to the Middle East Peace Process. Photo: Screenshot.

Times of Israel – Despite heavy criticism from Israel, the European Union will not cancel, modify or delay the implementation of recently published guidelines that block EU funding from Israeli institutions either located or maintaining any links beyond the Green Line, a top EU official said this week.

“The guidelines will take effect as they are. This is how they were published [in the EU’s Official Journal], as a legal act, and that’s how it will be,” Ambassador Andreas Reinicke, the EU’s special representative to the Middle East peace process, told The Times of Israel last week. In certain areas where the guidelines are still unclear, “a closer look” at the details might be have to be taken, he allowed. But their main points will not be changed and will take effect by January 2014 as planned.

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