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At a meeting with officials in Amman, Jordan, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. Middle East peace plan is “fairly well advanced.”
“I have seen the plan, elements of the plan, it’s been under development for a number of months,” Tillerson said. “I have consulted with them on the plan and identified areas that we feel need further work. … So I think it will be up to the president to decide when he feels it’s time and he’s ready to put the plan forward. I will say it’s fairly well advanced.” He said the framework is a “great proposal for the Palestinians” and a “very good proposal for Israel.”
White House adviser and presidential son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has been very involved in the plan. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has confidence in Kushner brokering peace, saying he is leading a “very able” team with “many, many abilities.”
Tillerson, who signed a five-year package extending U.S. aid to Jordan, said President Trump “remains committed to seeing a Middle East peace process go forward.”
For President Trump as he, Secretary Tillerson, Mr. Kushner, and their staffs work on finalizing the proposed peace agreement.
For the reception of the plan by the involved parties and nations in the Middle East.
With thankfulness for the good relationship the United States has with King Abdullah and the people of Jordan.