King Abdullah II of Jordan called, during a meeting with US President Joe Biden in Washington, to “intensify international efforts to restart negotiations between the Palestinian and Israeli sides leading to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state along the lines of June 4, 1967, with its capital as its capital.” East Jerusalem,” warning of “a renewed cycle of violence in the Palestinian territories as a result of Israel’s unilateral measures,” according to what the Jordanian Royal Court of Justice said.

For his part, Biden stressed “the need to preserve the current historical situation on the Temple Mount, highlighting the key role of the Hashemite tutelage in Jerusalem”, stressing “his full support for Jordan under the leadership of the Jordanian monarch, praising the Kingdom as America’s key partner in the Middle East and an important element for enhancing stability in the region”.

The Royal Court of Jordan noted that the meeting between the King of Jordan and the President of the United States “discussed the Ukrainian crisis and its implications for security, international peace and the world economy, regional and international efforts in the fight against terrorism, as well as ways to achieve political solutions to problems and crises in the region” .