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Jordan's king, Israeli PM hold discussions in Amman

Jordan's King Abdullah II [Magnus Manske/Flickr]
Jordan's King Abdullah II [Magnus Manske/Flickr]

Jordanian King Abdullah II on Monday conducted discussions with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during which they discussed "efforts to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict", Anadolu reports.

This came during a short visit by Netanyahu to Amman, according to a statement by the Jordanian Royal Court.

The Jordanian king stressed that the question of Jerusalem must be settled within final status issues on the basis of a two-state solution, since Jerusalem is the key to achieving peace in the region.

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