Washington´s ambassador to the United Nations, Greenfield, will visit the West Bank and Israel tomorrow

The US State Department announced, on Friday, that Washington's ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas Greenfield, "will visit Jerusalem, Ramallah and Amman from 14-19 November), to "reconfirm our partnerships" and meet with officials Great internationalists and the promotion of US goals in the Middle East.

The US State Department said in a statement, of which Jerusalem received a copy, that Greenfield is the first US government official to visit Israel since the formation of its new government last June.

The statement added that the US official will discuss continued cooperation between the United States and Israel at the United Nations and a full range of regional issues, and will also visit "Yad Vashem", the Jewish Holocaust Remembrance Center.

The statement stated that the ambassador will continue in Ramallah the efforts of the US administration to build relations with the Palestinian people, and she will meet with the Palestinian leadership and civil society.

The statement said that the ambassador will discuss in Jerusalem and Ramallah practical steps to enhance freedom, security and prosperity for all and preserve the viability of the two-state solution.

And the US State Department statement stated that Greenfield, during her visit to Jordan, will reaffirm the United States' commitment to the permanent and strategic partnership between the two countries, and will express her country's appreciation for "Jordan's generosity in hosting refugees from neighboring countries." Humanitarian needs of refugees in Jordan.

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