Regarding Prime Minister Netanyahu, Gantz stated that "his presence interferes with the advancement of [these] relations."
According to 'The Jordan Times,' a Jordanian English daily, local news sources claim that few Jordanian detainees have contracted COVID-19.
Israeli de-mining efforts began in 2018 and included support from the Halo Trust, a Scottish-based mine clearance group.
The issue dates back to 1924, when the Supreme Muslim Council accepted Hussein bin Ali (Sharif of Mecca) as custodian of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
One of the suspects, trained in preparing explosives, recruited four other local Jordanians; together, they started to plan their infiltration and attacks.
King Abdullah has warned of a major clash with the Hashemite Kingdom should Israel follow through with annexation. That wouldn't be good for either side.
“The peace treaty with Egypt and the peace treaty with Jordan are in a way, the two cornerstones, of our [regional] policy and our security for the last 30 to 40 years.”
The importance of sovereignty in the coalition talks between Blue and White Party head Benny Gantz and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has kept the topic in the headlines.
There are several reasons for the present perception of a cooling-off in the relationship, often related to internal politics in both countries.
Jordan last week had recalled its ambassador, Ghassan al-Majali, to protest the arrest. Based on an agreement worked out between the two countries, Majali said that he would return to Israel.