Wednesday, February 24, U.S. President Barack Obama met with Jordan’s king Abdullah II. The main theme of these talks was the situation in Syria.
Israeli media noted that at the beginning of the meeting, Barack Obama touched upon the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. In particular, he said that «in hope need both sides of the conflict». Barack Obama also thanked the king of Jordan for his contribution to the reduction of tensions around the Temple mount.
Reuters reports that at that meeting, the US President stressed that he is «wary of increased expectations» due to be held on 27 February a cease-fire in Syria. He added: «If we see some progress in Syria, it could lead to a political process of ending the war.»