jared kushner, the Senior adviser and son-in-law of President Donald Trump, plans to visit the Middle East, along with special envoy Jason Greenblatt, to hold meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, as reported on Sunday by The Wall Street Journal.

Kushner will arrive on Wednesday for meetings in Ramallah and Jerusalem. Greenblatt, Trump's international envoy, will arrive on Monday. They will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and then travel to Ramallah for a meeting with President Mahmoud Abbas.

Greenblatt wrote on Twitter that "he is excited to be traveling back to Israel and the Pal.

Territories to continue the discussion about the possibility of peace".

Kushner's role in last month's visit to Jerusalem

According to officials, Kushner and Greenblatt will continue conversations with Netanyahu and Abbas, following Trump's visit last month to the region. Trump met with both Israeli and Palestinian leaders in order to achieve the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Trump has given the task to Kushner and Greenblatt to relaunch the peace process and he would advance quickly on the matter.

Jared Kushner was appointed as a mediator in the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations shortly after the presidential elections last year.

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Many people were surprised by Trump's decision, but President said that Jared "knew the region, people, and players well" and "if he did not succeed, it would not work for anyone."

The White House accepted that Kushner was the main key to the President's last trip to Israel and Palestinian areas on May 22-23. Former Presidents of the US Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and George W. Bush tried to achieve the Israeli-Palestinian peace process but all failed.

Last peace agreement

On Sunday, The White House indicated that they did not expect any major breakthroughs but President Trump has asked for spearhead the peace effort to some of his trusted advisers

According to the White House official, Trump strongly believed that peace would be possible and its a top priority for him to achieve the last peace agreement between Israelis and Palestinians.

The White House official also said America would maintain a momentum between Israelis and Palestinians for a peace dealing and would work in building strong relationships with Israel and its neighbor Middle East countries.