The meeting "will see if on the question of the Gaza pull-out, we can give it a stronger impetus to
create a new dynamic", Solana told reporters Monday on arrival for a meeting of European Union foreign ministers.
An aide to Solana said the meeting would take place on Wednesday in the Spanish capital, where Qorei
is due to hold talks with the Spanish government after visiting Berlin.
The EU says Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Gaza plan could be positive for the Middle East
peace process -- provided it is negotiated properly with the Palestinians as part of a wider settlement.
Belgian Foreign Minister Louis Michel meanwhile said plans by the Israeli army to bulldoze hundreds
more homes in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah were "dangerous" for peace.
The Israeli supreme court on Sunday rejected an appeal by Palestinians against the plan, which the
army argues is needed for self-defence and does not amount to collective punishment.
The international community understood Israel's need to defend itself, Michel said.
"But you cannot accept that Israel answers in such a violent way. It's not acceptable. It's of course
very dangerous for the roadmap," he said, referring to an internationally backed peace plan.
Qorei was meeting US national security adviser Condoleezza Rice in the German capital, as well
as German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer.
The talks came on the heels of meetings between US Secretary of State Colin Powell and Qorei
on Saturday in Jordan -- the highest-level US contact with the Palestinian official since he took office last year.