Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas met on Saturday with former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum held in Jordan, expressing willingness to resume the peace talks with Israel.
The Hebrew website Walla quoted Abbas as telling Livni (the Zionist Camp party) that he is ready all the time to meet with premier Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the future of the settlement process and work together on restarting the peace talks.
Abbas arrived on Friday evening in the Dead Sea area of Jordan to participate in the two-day World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa.
King Abdullah of Jordan opened the forum on Saturday in the presence of several heads of state as well as political, business, media and civil society figures from around the world.
(Source / 21.05.2017)