Kushner and Greenblatt's trip to Jerusalem followed a regional tour that included Jordan and Egypt - Israel's neighbors and peace partners - and Qatar, a Gulf state that has helped fund humanitarian aid to Gaza.
Kushner said the White House would soon unveil its own peace plan regardless of whether the 82-year-old Palestinian leader Abbas engages in the ongoing talks.
But Palestinians insist that the eastern part of Jerusalem will one day be the capital of their future state, a position supported by the worldwide community. He was referring to the U.S. "deal of the century" on how to forge peace in the Middle East.
"They are working and trying to work hard in a regime change, because Palestinian leadership under the leadership of President Abbas wants genuine, lasting, comprehensive peace, based on global law", Erekat added. "He has his talking points which have not changed in the last 25 years", he added.
Also on Saturday, Senior Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat repeated his claim that the US peace team aims to overthrow the Palestinian Authority.
"Washington is not an honest or acceptable mediator", the Ramallah-based ministry said in a statement, in response to Kushner's interview with Al-Quds.
That coincides with the language of the worldwide consensus and global law, which hold that East Jerusalem and the West Bank are Israeli-occupied territory. "There is a good deal to be done here from what I assess", Kushner said.
That evening, he will begin his history-making visit to the Jewish state and occupied West Bank during which he will meet both Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas.
Any plan also is likely to provide for indefinite Israeli control of airspace and a section of the Jordan River valley on the eastern border of Israel and the West Bank as a security measure.
While Kushner wouldn't reveal specifics of the peace deal proposal, he said the administration believes its economic plan for the region could "allow the governments to divert some of their funds from heavy investments in military and defense into better education, services and infrastructure for their people" if peaceful coexistence is achieved.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict typically looms large, even during largely ceremonious visits, and William will have to maneuver carefully to avoid missteps.
Major protests in Gaza have seen dozens of Palestinians killed.
Erekat accused the U.S. administration of attempting to "push forward a plan that consolidates Israel's colonial control over Palestinian land and lives while telling the Palestinian people that money will compensate for our inalienable rights".
The Palestinian Authority has repeatedly said the United States "deal of the century" for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict falls way short of their expectations for a lasting and just peace settlement.
Israel said Thursday it has evidence the family of a baby who died near the Gaza border was paid by Hamas to accuse Israel's army over her death, an account the family rejected.
Opposition parties and NGOs have deployed up to half a million monitors at ballot boxes to ward against possible electoral fraud. If a candidate wins just over 50 percent of the vote, he will win the presidency, but if not, there will be a runoff on July 8.
But it wasn't long before the first lady's controversial jacket threatened to overshadow the entire goodwill junket to the border. Melania and her husband are reported to be visiting the United Kingdom on 13 July, and are even expected to meet the Queen.
Since May, the Saudi government has detained about 12 activists who fought for a long list of reforms and civil rights. Amnesty has also called for wider reforms in Saudi Arabia , where women remain subject to male guardianship laws.
Repeating North Korean arguments, Trump said the games were "provocative" to Pyongyang and added that they were "very expensive". Close to 7,700 USA troops remain unaccounted for from the Korean War , and about 5,300 of those were lost in North Korea.
It's clear that England are a cohesive and able attacking unit, it's less clear whether that's true of their defence. It wasn't really his fault here as Poland created little for him, forcing him to come deep and look for the ball.
Maguire, Stones and Kane, in particular, offer an aerial threat at set-pieces which England believe they can fully exploit. Speaking to BBC One after the Tunisia win, Kane said: "We have shown resilience for a while now since the gaffer come in".
She also ruled that the announced decree would replace one crisis with another: "Children have no place in prison", she said. Marshals Service and sends many children to facilities run by the Department of Health and Human Services.
The decision comes after the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, met Donald Trump in Singapore this month in a historic summit. Referring to Trump's decision to suspend USA military exercises in the region, Pompeo said that "the President was clear".
Tom Reed, R-N.Y., said he supported the ruling's creation of a level playing field between online sellers and physical retailers. The court gave South Dakota a victory, knocking aside the physical-presence rule as arbitrary and obsolete in the digital age.
Such displays have angered some Serbian fans, who often wear T-shirts bearing the map of Kosovo with the Serbian flag on it. Albania's national flag was at the center of Switzerland's 2-1 victory over Serbia on Friday at the World Cup.
Mexico defeats South Korea 2-1
Coach Juan Carlos Osorio insisted that his team would not be complacent, however, underlining South Korea's tactical nous. Mexico were quick out of the traps in the opening half, pressing forward and passing well around the Korean team.
Harley-Davidson will not raise prices to cover tariff costs
The United States says it is imposing the tariffs on steel and metal worldwide in order to protect America's metal industries. Harley Davidson , based in Milwaukee, is now planning to move the production of some of its motorcycles overseas.
Fallen Kingdom Tracking Well Behind The Original
" Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom ", in theaters Friday, reportedly removed a scene in which a character identifies as a lesbian. Chris Pratt returns as Owen Grady in the latest epic adventure alongside Bryce Dallas Howard , who portrays Claire Dearing.
Ivanka urged Trump to address family separation
On Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security said 2,342 children have been separated from their parents since last month. A subsequent ruling in 2016 bars the government from keeping children in family detention centers for more than 20 days.