Jordan's Abdullah warns PM deadlocked peace threatens ME

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 6, 2011 07:17




Jordanian King Abdullah on Wednesday warned Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that "the deadlocked peace process threatens the entire region," AFP reported. Abdullah's comments to Netanyahu came in a telephone conversation between the two described in a statement released by Jordan.

"Efforts for having serious and effective peace talks should continue, based on a two-state solution, which is the only way to achieve regional stability and security," Abdullah reportedly told the prime minister.

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