Trump sends envoys to Middle East

The American president Donald Trump sends his son Jared Kushner and negotiator Jason Greenblatt to the Middle East with regional leaders to discuss a ' path to substantive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, "said an official of the White House.

The Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell is also going along on the trip, with meetings scheduled with leaders from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt, Israel and Palestine.

"While regional calls play an important role, peace between the Israelis and Palestinians can only be achieved through direct negotiations. The United States will work closely with the parties to progress towards that goal to book ", the official said.

Kushner, who senior advisor to his father-in-law, was charged with, to help to find an agreement between the Israelis and Palestinians after Trump took office. The president himself went to Saudi Arabia and Israel during his first foreign trip and explained themselves personal commitment to reach a deal.

Trump said the upcoming talks should focus on a road to peace talks, fighting extremism, alleviating the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and the establishment of economic steps that can be taken to ensure the safety and to ensure stability.

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