Jordan denies reports of Israel-Saudi talks

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October 7, 2006 13:53

 
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Jordan denied Saturday Israeli media reports of secret meetings between Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Saudi officials on its territory. "We've seen many stories circulating in different media outlets in the past couple of weeks that Israeli officials, security and otherwise, met with their Arab counterparts from Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the Palestinian territories," government spokesman Nasser Judeh said. "All these stories are far from the truth, and such meetings did not take place."

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