King Abdullah: Entire Mideast affected by stalemate with PA

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January 28, 2010 21:57

 
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Jordan's King Abdullah expressed his concern to President Shimon Peres Thursday regarding the lack of progress in negotiations between and the Palestinian Authority.

Abdullah also told Peres that continued stalemate will have ramifications for the entire Middle East.

The president and the Jordanian monarch met at a meeting of the World Economic Forum.

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