US President Donald Trump will have Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas at the White House 3 May for chats on endeavors to restore the Middle East peace prepare, the White House said on Wednesday.
“They will utilize the visit to reaffirm the dedication of both the United States and Palestinian authority to seeking after and eventually closing a contention finishing settlement between the Palestinians and Israel,” White House squeeze secretary Sean Spicer said.
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The meeting would be Trump’s first with Mahmoud abbas and takes after a progression of US contacts with the Palestinian pioneer.
Israeli-Palestinian peace talks have over and over run on solid land in spite of occasional US endeavors to restore them, most as of late by the previous secretary of state John Kerry.
Yet, Abbas, who met in Ramallah as of late with CIA boss Mike Pompeo and Trump’s unique agent Jason Greenblatt, has said Trump is “genuinely considering an answer for the Palestinian issue.”
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The US president held talks a week ago in Washington with Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Jordan’s King Abdullah.
Soon after taking office, Trump frightened Palestinians by raising doubt about his organization’s support for a two-state arrangement, a bedrock of US approach.
In any case, he has since cautioned Israel against “over the top” working of pioneer homes in the possessed West Bank.