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The Jordanian Foreign Ministry spoke about new agreements between Palestine and Israel


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Amman, February 26 – Palestine and Israel agreed, during a five-way meeting in Aqaba, Jordan, to comply with all signed agreements, and the Israeli side promised to stop discussions on building new settlements in the West Bank within four months, the Jordanian Foreign Ministry said in a statement. statement.
On Sunday, a five-year emergency meeting was held in Aqaba, in an attempt to stop the escalation and tensions in Palestine. At the meeting, in addition to Jordan and Palestine, there were also delegations from the United States, Israel and Egypt.
It is noteworthy that Israel pledged to stop discussions on building new settlements within four months and to approve any new outposts (illegal settlements) within six months.

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According to the statement, the five participants who visited Aqaba agreed to hold the next meeting in this format in March in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh.

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