Jordan's King Abdullah and Palestinian leader Abbas meet, hope Biden revives peace process
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Jordan’s King Abdullah and Palestinian leader Abbas meet, hope Biden revives peace process

Jordan’s King Abdullah and Palestinian leader Abbas meet, hope Biden revives peace process

– Jordan’s King Abdullah on Sunday met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and the two chiefs set high expectations that U.S. President-elect Joe Biden will restore harmony talks over a two-state answer for the many years old Arab-Israeli clash, authorities said.

Jordan's King Abdullah and Palestinian leader Abbas meet, hope Biden revives peace process

In a royal residence explanation in the wake of meeting with Abbas in the Red Sea port of Aqaba, the ruler, who as of late said Israeli approaches and Trump’s Middle East harmony plan would prompt clash, said he completely sponsored Palestinian statehood.

“His Majesty focused on Jordan remained with every one of its assets close by Palestinians in accomplishing their real rights to set up a free express,” the ruler was cited as saying in the articulation.

In his first discussion with an Arab chief since his political race recently, Biden talked with King Abdullah a week ago, advising the ruler that he would like to collaborate on “supporting a two-state answer for the Israeli-Palestinian clash.”

The Trump organization has switched many years of U.S. strategy on the contention, shunning embracing the two-state arrangement, the long-term worldwide recipe which conceives a Palestinian state existing together with Israel.

Negotiators state the ruler, a firm U.S. partner who was among the main Arab pioneers to praise Biden, saw Trump’s strategies sidelining the realm’s once essential function in Arab-Israeli peacemaking by full sponsorship of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s traditional approaches.

Trump’s tranquility plan was likewise observed as representing an existentialist danger to Jordan with the death of a Palestinian state through the addition of huge pieces of the West Bank pushing the realm to turn into an elective state for Palestinians.

Jordan, which lost the West Bank including East Jerusalem to Israel during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, lies at the core of the contention with huge numbers of its in excess of 7 million residents of Palestinian cause.

In another joint report with Abbas, the two chiefs said Israel “endeavors to force new real factors” by adding and quickening settlement working in involved Palestinian region.

The Trump organization had likewise rankled Jordan and Arabs when it said it not, at this point saw Israel’s settlements in the West Bank as “conflicting with global law.”

Abbas, who three years prior cut off contact with the Trump organization, blaming it for favorable to Israel inclination, on Monday will make a beeline for Cairo to look for its help for a restoration of harmony talks dependent on a two-state arrangement, ambassadors said.

 

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