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Netanyahu meets with Jordanian king in Amman, attempts to mend rift 

For the first time since 2018, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting with Jordan's King Abdullah in Amman.
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Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu flew to Jordan Tuesday and met with King Abdullah II in his Amman palace.

A statement issued by Netanyahu’s office said the two leaders “discussed regional issues, emphasizing the strategic, security and economic cooperation between Israel and Jordan, which contributes to the stability of the region.” The statement further said that both men underscored the “long-standing friendship and partnership between the State of Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan.”  

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