Abbas Discusses US Peace Efforts with Jordan’s Foreign Minister

RAMALLAH, June 2, 2013 (WAFA) – President Mahmoud Abbas Sunday received Jordanian Foreign Minister Naser Judeh and discussed US peace efforts.

Judeh delivered a verbal message from Jordan’s King Abdullah II to Abbas regarding Palestine and Jordan’s coordination policy on peace and US efforts to maintain the two-state solution.

Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki said that one of the top issues of concern to the two leaderships is Jerusalem, which is reflected in Jordan’s positions manifested in UNESCO.

He affirmed that both Palestine and Jordan are exerting great effort to make US Secretary of State John Kerry’s efforts a success.

Judeh stressed that Jordan utilizes its influence in global decision-making platforms to ensure Palestinians rights.

Source: WAFA News