Livni to meet Japanese Jordanian FMs, Saeb Erekat

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August 15, 2007 07:26

 
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Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni is scheduled to meet with Taro Aso, Foreign Minister of Japan, and with Jordanian Foreign Minister Abdul Ilah al-Khatib on Wednesday, Israel Radio reported. Also expected at the meeting is top Palestinian official Saeb Erekat. The four are scheduled to sign an agreement over the establishment of an agricultural-industrial park and an airport in Jericho. The park, labeled "the Valley of Peace," was conceived by Aso and President Shimon Peres several months ago when Aso was visiting the region.

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