PLAN - Correspondence To Members Of The Union For The Mediterranean

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The Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) is an intergovernmental Euro-Mediterranean organisation that brings together all the countries of the European Union and 16 of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean. The UfM provides them with a forum to enhance regional cooperation and dialogue while implementing concrete projects and initiatives that have a tangible impact on the citizens of its Member States.

In its 8th Regional Forum (11/27/2023) in Barcelona, Spain, all 43 country members of the UfM agreed that a two-state solution was the answer to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, with the Palestinian state comprised of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The following message introduces to those countries the PEIS Plan which proposes a different two-state solution.



12/13/23 Contact Us Email


Members of the UfM are contacted via their ambassadors to the United Nations:

12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Ferit Hoxha Permanent Mission of the Republic of Albania Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Amar Bendjama Permanent Mission of Algeria Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Alexander Marschik Permanent Mission of Austria Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Philippe Kridelka Permanent Mission of Belgium Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Zlatko Lagumdžija Permanent Mission of Bosnia and Herzegovina Email
12/12/23 H.E. Ms. Lachezara Stoeva Permanent Mission of the Republic of Bulgaria Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Ivan Šimonović Permanent Mission of the Republic of Croatia Email
12/12/23 H.E. Ms. Maria Michail Permanent Mission of the Republic of Cyprus Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Jakub Kulhánek Permanent Mission of Czechia Email
12/12/23 H.E. Ms. Christina Markus Lassen Permanent Mission of Denmark Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Osama Mahmoud Abdelkhalek Mahmoud Permanent Mission of the Arab Republic of Egypt Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Rein Tammsaar Permanent Mission of the Republic of Estonia Email
12/12/23 H.E. Ms. Elina Kalkku Permanent Mission of Finland Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Nicolas de Rivière Permanent Mission of France Email
12/12/23 H.E. Ms. Antje Leendertse Permanent Mission of Germany Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Evangelos Sekeris Permanent Mission of Greece Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mrs. Zsuzsanna Horváth Permanent Mission of Hungary Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Fergal Mythen Permanent Mission of Ireland Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Gilad Menashe Erdan Permanent Mission of Israel Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Maurizio Massari Permanent Mission of Italy Email
12/12/23 H.E. Mr. Mahmoud Daifallah Hmoud Permanent Mission of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Email
12/12/23 H.E. Ms. Sanita Pavļuta-Deslandes Permanent Mission of the Republic of Latvia Email
12/13/23 Mr. Hadi Hachem Permanent Mission of Lebanon Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Rytis Paulauskas Permanent Mission of the Republic of Lithuania Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Olivier Maes Permanent Mission of Luxembourg Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mrs. Vanessa Frazier Permanent Mission of the Republic of Malta Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Sidi Mohamed Laghdaf Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania Email
12/13/23 H.E. Ms. Isabelle F. Picco Permanent Mission of the Principality of Monaco Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Damir Sabanovic Permanent Mission of Montenegro Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Omar Hilale Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Morocco Email
12/13/23 H.E. Ms. Yoka Brandt Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Ljubomir Danailov Frchkoski Permanent Mission of the Republic of North Macedonia Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Riyad H. Mansour Permanent Observer Mission of the State of Palestine Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Krzysztof Maria Szczerski Permanent Mission of the Republic of Poland Email
12/13/23 H.E. Ms. Ana Paula Zacarias Permanent Mission of Portugal Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Cornel Feruță Permanent Mission of Romania Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Richard Galbavy Permanent Mission of the Slovak Republic Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Boštjan Malovrh Permanent Mission of the Republic of Slovenia Email
12/13/23 H.E. Ms. Ana Jiménez de la Hoz Permanent Mission of Spain Email
12/13/23 H.E. Ms. Anna Karin Eneström Permanent Mission of Sweden Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Tarek Ladeb Permanent Mission of Tunisia Email
12/13/23 H.E. Mr. Sedat Önal Permanent Mission of Türkiye Email



SUBJECT: The PEIS Plan offers a new 2-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict


Regarding the two-state solution agreed on at the Union for the Mediterranean forum in Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 27, 2023, there is a path not taken that produces a totally different two-state solution with a better chance of pausing the Israeli-Hamas war in Gaza and resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict once and for all.

The root cause for the current war in Gaza and perennial attacks on Israel is the wider Israeli-Palestinian conflict that involves the West Bank. The reason for this long-running conflict is land: two groups of people want the same piece of land. Previous peace initiatives focus on partitioning this land, with one-state and two-state solutions. Everybody seems content to hash the same failed solutions that have gone nowhere for almost eight decades. The PEIS Plan offers a new direction.

The PEIS Plan stands for the Palestine-Egypt-Israel-Sinai peace plan. The deus ex machina is the introduction of an additional land. The PEIS Plan proposes that Egyptians sell the insurgent-infected part of the Sinai Peninsula to the Palestinians and use the proceeds for the development of the rest of the peninsula and mainland Egypt they sorely need to make Egypt economically prominent again. The Palestinians sell the West Bank to Israel and use the remittance to pay the Egyptians and build an independent New Palestinian state that combines the purchased portion of Sinai with the Gaza Strip for a sizable nation that is 50% bigger than the new Israel and six times bigger than the landlocked West Bank, contiguous from sea to sea (the Mediterranean Sea on the North and the Gulf of Aqaba on the South), free-standing with an unrestricted air space, and viable for the returning diaspora. Part of Jerusalem will belong to this new nation, too. The Israelis buy the West Bank (minus the Jerusalem enclave) from the Palestinians and finally fulfill their immemorial yearning for the "Land of Israel" with full international recognition. There will be no expulsion of Palestinians out of the transferred West Bank: If they choose to stay, they will have the New Palestinian citizenship and Israeli new native residency which will give them all the local rights. Using the PEIS Plan as a template regarding Lebanon and Syria, Israel may gain something it has never known since its independence in 1948: peace with all its neighbors. The PEIS Plan can succeed where others have failed because it gives the Egyptians, Palestinians, and Israelis something they most want.

With the right peace plan, Israel will pause its offensive in Gaza to give room for negotiation. The PEIS Plan has a prime number to be negotiated: the cost of the 3-way transaction, small enough for Israel to afford, and big enough for Egypt to pay off its debts and realize its economic ambitions. Once the ink is dry on the signatures, what emerges will be three new countries: an Egypt with a bright future, Greater Israel, and the New Palestinian state. Unlike the disembodied state inside the bowel of a constricting Israel as suggested by current two-state solutions, the New Palestinian state will be a hunky country that stands tall side by side to Israel and Egypt. 

An overview of the PEIS Plan is available online at, with details in a newly released book.

My name is Doc Ngu. I am the author of the PEIS Plan. The Plan is more than a peace plan for Palestinians and Israelis: It opens a vision of people in the whole Middle East living in peace with one another and building prosperity for generations to come. The Plan requires the involvement of many governments. I hope that H.E. spares some time to look over the PEIS Plan, and if H.E. finds some merits in the Plan, to forward it to the proper decision makers - in H.E.'s country and at the United Nations.

All the beaten paths have failed to reach peace. Is it time to explore a path not taken?

Sincerely yours,
Doc Ngu

P.S. - This email is sent to ambassadors at the UN of countries that are members of the Union for the Mediterranean.



An email and Facebook message have been sent to your UN ambassador. The PEIS Plan offers a different 2-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict than the one adopted at the Union for the Mediterranean meeting in Barcelona: