The Vice President and King Abdullah expressed concern about the recent violence and tensions in Jerusalem and the West Bank.
It is time to assert our sovereignty over our holiest site, to send a clear message to the world that the Temple Mount will indeed be a place for free worship.
Jordan’s king claims Israel is undermining the status quo in Jerusalem as women in the Old City chanting they will liberate al-Aqsa with blood and fire.
"Undermining Jerusalem's legal and historical status quo triggers global tensions and deepens religious divides," said King Abdullah.
The Jordanian crown prince's fiancé was born in Riyadh and studied in New York .The engagement was attended by members of the Royal Hashemite Court and Al Saif family.
The leaders discussed ways to improve relations between the countries and put more meaning behind their peace agreement.
In June, Jordan's King Abdullah II blamed Iran and its proxies for attacks along Jordan's border with Syria.
Jordan's ruler complained about attacks on the country's borders, saying "we know who's behind that."
King Abdullah, who last visited Ramallah in 2017, affirmed that his country would always stand with the Palestinians, stating “we are closest to each other and we are in the same boat.”
The meeting was meant to try to calm the situation ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which overlaps with April this year, and Passover, also in April.