Jordan’s Foreign Minister Stresses Two-State Solution To Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Jordanian deputy prime minister and foreign minister, Ayman Safadi on Thursday said his country adheres to the two-state solution regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Speaking at a virtual event at the Brookings Institute, Safadi talked over a series of regional issues, and appreciated the standpoint of Biden’s administration on two-state solution to the conflict between Israel and Palestinian.

Safadi said that the issue of Israeli-Palestinian is on top of the agenda in here, and all the parties are keen on maintaining the calm. “We are all eager to stabilize the situation there. And for this we need to create a political horizon that would revitalize efforts to achieve just and lasting peace,” Safadi added.

Safadi furthered that the two sides should be brought back to the negotiation table with a view to moving toward the two-state solution. “Jordan sees dialogue only path toward achieving peace,” Safadi added.


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