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Jordanian PM says support for one-state solution possible if Israel annexes West Bank

Omar Razzaz told The Guardian that Jordan would view one state "positively," but he reiterated Amman's opposition to Israel's stalled plan to annex parts of the West Bank.

Jordan’s Prime Minister Omar Razzaz said the Hashemite Kingdom would view a one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict “positively” if Israel goes ahead with its annexation plans in the West Bank.

Speaking to the British news outlet The Guardian, Razzaz said that annexation would doom the two-state solution.

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