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Dahabi meets American-Jewish Congress delegation.

Prime Minister Nader Dahabi affirmed the need to revive the peace process on the basis of the two-state solution, noting to the basic U.S role in peace making efforts.

The premier said as he met with a delegation from the American-Jewish Congress, that Jordan would be open and supportive to all efforts designed to achieve a comprehensive peace in the Middle East that guarantees establishing an independent Palestinian with East Jerusalem as its capital.

Dahabi called for seizing the current opportunity to bring about peace in the Middle East, especially after the American administration voiced commitment to the two-state solution. He said that the time factor was important and crucial.

The Arab Peace Initiative, he said, sets the ground for realizing peace between Israel and Arab states, urging Israel to accept the initiative to achieve peace and stability in the region.

The premier added that the Palestinian issue should be given a priority as it is the core issue in the Middle East.

The delegation hailed Jordan's role under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah II to bring about peace in the region.

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Date:Nov 17, 2009
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