King Hussein of Jordan meets with Israeli PM
Jordan-Israel, Politics, 4/17/1998
Jordan's King Hussein met yesterday for two hours with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Eilat. They discussed the latest developments in the Middle East peace process, particularly on the Palestinian - Israeli track. They also discussed the US ideas and proposals that aim to move the peace process forward.
The two leaders discussed the European role in support of US efforts ahead of British Prime Minister Tony Blair's visit to the region.
King Hussein reaffirmed that progress should be achieved on the Palestinian - Israeli track to promote the peace process and push it forward so that the peoples of the region can regain faith that the peace process will succeed and that development in the region can be achieved.
The meeting was attended by Jordanian Prime Minister Abdul-Salam al-Majali and the chief of Royal Divan, Dr. Fayez al-Taraunah.
Spokesman for the Israeli Premier, Shai Bazak, said the two sides expressed satisfaction over the level of bilateral relations. They agreed to "take further measures to improve relations," he said.
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