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Asked if the Prime Minister had a view on what role the Quartet should currently play in the current situation in the Middle East, the PMOS replied that without going down the road Lobby wanted him to go down, the situation in the Middle East was very serious. The Prime Minister had often made clear his view of the urgency with which the issues should be addressed, and the basic outlines of an approach he had given many times. Clearly recent events had given that situation added urgency, and no doubt this would be what the Quartet would be considering. It was good that they were meeting. But in terms of what the outcome would be, that was a matter for them.

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