Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu met King Abdullah of Jordan, during which the historical and legal status of Al-Aqsa Mosque was discussed.
Netanyahu made his first foreign visit after becoming prime minister for the third time.
King Abdullah told the Israeli Prime Minister that in order to end the conflict, Palestine and Israel must resume the peace talks that have been suspended for a long time.
The two leaders discussed regional conflicts, particularly security, strategic and economic cooperation between Israel and Jordan.
It should be noted that at the beginning of this month, Israel’s Interior Minister Ben Gower visited Al-Aqsa Mosque, which caused a wave of concern in the Muslim world.