Abdullah hopes Obama Israel trip will re-fuel peace process

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March 9, 2013 19:10

 
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Jordanian King Abudllah II expressed hope on Saturday that US President Barack Obama's upcoming visit to Israel and the West Bank will re-fuel the Middle East peace process, AFP reported.

"We are looking forward to welcoming President Obama in Jordan soon. And I hope to see real momentum in the peace process after his visit, a strategic national interest for both our countries," AFP quoted the Jordanian king as saying in an address to Jordanian and American businessmen at a meeting in Amman.

The Israel-Palestinian peace process as been stagnant for over two years.

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