President Obama meets King Abdullah in California; discuss peace process and Syria

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February 15, 2014 07:30

 
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US President Barack Obama and King Abdullah of Jordan met in California at the Mirage Ranch, as reported on Israel Radio.

Among the topics which the two leaders discussed were events in Syria and the ongoing peace process between Israel and the Palestinians.

The US President said that he would will provide loan guarantees and renew the current aid package to Jordan.

Obama was in California to discuss next year's budget which includes funding for environmental research, in response to California's prolonged drought this year.


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