Israel, Jerusalem / corr. Trend R. Abdullayev/ Abdullah II, the king of Jordan said that if the peace between Palestinians and Israelites will not be reached until the end of term of the president Bush, the peace process in Near East will go several decades back into the past, MIGNEWS reported.
"Maybe it is now the best situation to solve 60-year old conflict between Israel and Palestine," Abdullah said. "It will probably take two or three years when the new president of the United States will have time to deal with the settlement of the Near East conflict".
The king said that the solution of Palestine-Israeli conflict is the most important problem of the Near East policy.