Abbas: US peace talks proposal expected soon

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 6, 2010 09:53

AMMAN -  President Mahmoud Abbas met with Jordan's King Abdullah II on Sunday and announced that a US proposal to bolster troubled Middle East peace talks was expected within days, reported Palestinian news agency Ma'an.

"His majesty and I agreed to continue our cooperation and coordination in light of an expected US position in the coming few days, and we should examine it together," a palace statement quoted Abbas as saying, reported Ma'an.

Abbas was in Amman to offer his condolences over the passing of the king's British grandfather, retired Colonel Walter Percy Gardiner, who died on Wednesday, the report said. 


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