Refugee Working Group (RWG)
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1992 Moscow Russia
1992, Moscow (Russia), as a follow-up to the Madrid Process, launched in 1991, as one of 5 Working Groups to address the refugee issue.
Within the framework of the multilateral track of Middle East peace negotiations, deal with the sensitive question of Palestinian refugees; improve the current living conditions of refugees and displaced persons without prejudice to their rights and future status; ease and extend access to family reunification; support the process of achieving a viable and comprehensive solution to the refugee issue.
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Plenary Session of 45 delegations. Chaired by Canada. Other countries, referred to as "shepherds", coordinate specific aspects to be discussed. USA and Russia are co-sponsors of the multilateral track and key participants in working groups. Co-organizers: H-XD0665 - European Community; Japan.
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