Jordan’s King meets Obama
His Majesty King Abdullah and US President Barack Obama held talks on Tuesday at the Oval Office in the White House. The two leaders discussed about a comprehensive peace in the Middle East and resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict on the basis of the two-state solution. King Abdullah and Obama underlined the need to continue coordination and consultation at the highest levels to support efforts to move forward towards peace with all involved parties and agreed on the need to take effective steps to end the conflict to bring peace in the region.
“We are both committed to bringing peace and stability to our part of the world. The president again reaffirmed the need for a two-state solution and to move both parties to good negotiations as quickly as possible,” the Monarch said.
This is the first meeting for Obama with an Arab leader.
King Abdullah is currently on a working visit to the United States with Queen Rania.Jordanian Royals
Tagged Abdullah II, Bilateral Relations, President Obama, United States of America, Working Visit.
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