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Jason Greenblatt, the U.S. special envoy to the Middle East, is leaving his post, President Donald Trump announced on Thursday. reports citing Anadolu Agency.

"After almost 3 years in my Administration, Jason Greenblatt will be leaving to pursue work in the private sector," Trump said in a Twitter post.

Trump called the Middle east envoy "a loyal and great friend and fantastic lawyer".

Greenblatt will stay in his role until long-delayed U.S. peace plan for Israel and Palestinians is unveiled.

"His dedication to Israel and to seeking peace between Israel and the Palestinians won’t be forgotten. He will be missed. Thank you Jason!" Trump wrote.

2019.09.05 / 21:33
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