Jordanian foreign minister visits Israel

Sunday, March 06, 2005 | 
In a sign of warming ties following the Mideast cease-fire, Jordanian Foreign Minister Hani Mulki is visiting Israel. It’s the highest level visit by a Jordanian official since 2001, when Israeli-Palestinian fighting strained relations between the two countries. Mulki said Jordan will do all it can to help mediate between Israel and the Palestinians and move the peace process forward. He said Jordan's King Abdullah is also considering a visit to Israel.

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