United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process
The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, formerly known as the United Nations Special Coordinator (UNSCO), "represents the Secretary-General and leads the UN system in all political and diplomatic efforts related to the peace process, including in the Middle East Quartet" and also "coordinates the humanitarian and development work of UN agencies and programmes in the occupied Palestinian territory, in support of the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian people". Established in June 1994 following the signing of the Oslo Accords, it sought to facilitate the transition process and to "respond to the needs of the Palestinian people". Robert Serry held the post from November 2007 until 5 February 2015, when Nickolay Mladenov replaced him.
- Office of the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process by UNSCO
- About UNSCO by UNSCO
- UN chief appoints new Special Coordinator for Middle East peace, United Nations News Centre
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