In Amman, Netanyahu discusses US peace plan with Jordan’s king

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met today with Jordan’s King Abdullah II, in Amman today, the Prime Minister’s Office says.

The two discussed the US peace plan, according to the PMO, ahead of the American peace team’s trip to the Middle East this week, for meetings with regional leaders.

They also spoke about other regional developments, the PMO says, as well as how to promote economic ties between Israel and Jordan.

Netanyahu reiterated Israel’s commitment to preserving the status quo at holy sites in Jerusalem. Jordan is the custodian of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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