Leaders at Arab Summit Reaffirm 2002 Two-state Solution Peace Plan

The declaration issued at the end of the summit urges countries around the world not to move their diplomatic missions in Israel to contested Jerusalem.

Twenty one kings, presidents and top officials from the Arab League summit pose for a group photo, at a gathering near the Dead Sea in Jordan on Wednesday, March 29, 2017.
Twenty one kings, presidents and top officials from the Arab League summit pose for a group photo, at a gathering near the Dead Sea in Jordan on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Raad Adayleh, AP Photo

At the Arab League summit held in Jordan on Wednesday, Arab leaders have reaffirmed a 2002 peace plan that offers Israel normal ties if it cedes lands it captured in the 1967 Mideast war to a future Palestinian state.

The declaration was issued at the end of the summit, attended by 21 presidents, kings and top officials.