Jordanian PM: Peace between J'lem and Amman getting cooler

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January 28, 2010 19:15

 
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Peace between Jerusalem and Amman is getting cooler and cooler due to the impasse in efforts to renew talks between Israel and the Palestinians, Jordanian Prime Minister Samir Al-Rifai told Israel Radio.

Speaking to the radio station at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Rifai stated that as his country was actively aiding the peace process, it was doubly frustrated with the lack of progress.

In response to a question concerning Israeli overflights on Jordanian territory as part of an attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, Rifai replied that is a staunch proponent of diplomacy and would not support any military maneuver against Teheran.

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