Netanyahu and King Abdullah II of Jordan met in Amman

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 18, 2018 20:59
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and King Abdullah II of Jordan met on Monday in Amman.

The two discussed developments in the region, the promotion of economic relations between Israel and Jordan, and advancements related to the political situation between Israel and the Palestinians.

The prime minister reiterated Israel's commitment to preserving the status quo in Jerusalem's holy sites.

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