Jordan, Saudi Leaders Hold Talks ahead of Middle East, Arab Summits
Jordan's King Abdullah held talks with King Fahd of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh Saturday on the Middle East peace summit in Egypt on Monday, reported AFP.
The Jordanian monarch informed King Fahd of "developments in the Palestinian territories and the Arab and international contacts aimed at remedying the situation," a source close to the Jordanian delegation said.
He told AFP the talks focused on the summit to be held in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on Monday with the participation of the Israeli, Palestinian, US and Egyptian leaders as well as King Abdullah himself, said the agency.
On Sunday, the Jordanian monarch was to meet Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdelaziz for the second time before heading home, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
The crown prince discussed with King Abdullah Saturday ways of boosting bilateral ties between the two countries as well as reviewing recent developments in the Middle East, said SPA - (Several Sources)
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