Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, center left, sits next to Israel's President Reuven Rivlin, center right, during their meeting in Jerusalem Wednesday, March 8, 2017. (Ronen Zvulun/Pool Photo via AP)
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British foreign minister Boris Johnson visited Israel and the Palestinian territories Wednesday for talks with leaders from both sides as Donald Trump's arrival as U.S. president casts uncertainty over the decades-old conflict.Johnson was due to meet both Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah as well as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in occupied Jerusalem in his first working visit since taking over as foreign secretary in July.British Prime Minister Theresa May's government says it remains committed to a two-state solution and has criticized Israeli settlement building in the occupied West Bank.
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