This week senior White house adviser Jared Kushner will go to Israel. Kouchner will arrive in the country on Wednesday, will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and then travel to Ramallah to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Journey Kouchner was first published in the Wall Street Journal. President Donald trump has made it clear that working toward a durable peace agreement between Israelis and Palestinians is a priority, said White house spokesman.
Trump asked some of his most trusted advisors to deal with this problem, including son-in-law Kouchner and presidential aide and Special representative for international negotiations Jason Greenblatt. Two men closely. Greenblatt, who runs the Israeli-Palestinian negotiator, will travel to the region on Monday.
In may, Kushner and Greenblatt accompanied the President during his visit to Jerusalem and Bethlehem to discuss a peace agreement. Since then, the talks are continuing, said the spokesman of the White house. To proceed with negotiations, Kouchner and Greenblatt will return to Jerusalem and Ramallah for meetings to discuss priorities and possible next steps with Netanyahu and his senior advisers, as well as Abbas and his senior advisers, said the official.
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