Report: Netanyahu and Abdullah met in Jordan to discuss peace
France's AFP reports that Prime Minister Netanyahu met with King Abdullah in Jordan last week
to discuss peace. Israel Radio reports (midnight) that neither the Prime Minister's office nor the King's palace will comment on the report.
"Last week, Netanyahu traveled to Jordan and met King Abdullah
II...In the meeting, they discussed the Middle East peace process," AFP
quoted the source as saying.
Abdullah met with President Shimon Peres on the sidelines of the Davos World Economic forum in Switzerland in late January.
Jordanian leader warned on that occasion that the window for a
two-state solution would remain open only as long as US President Barack
Obama was in power.
What's going to happen once Obama is no longer in power? Jordan will finally be re-named 'Palestine'?
Labels: Binyamin Netanyahu, Jordanian King Abdullah, two-state solution