Jared Kushner will speak publicly for the first time about the U.S.'s vision for a Middle East peace plan Feb. 14 at a summit in Warsaw, Poland, Axios reports.
Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a White House senior adviser, has spoken little about the Trump administration's plan for a lasting peace agreement, but plans to be a face of the effort, according to the report.
The discussion will be hosted by former Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende and take place at the Warsaw Ministerial.
Jason Greenblatt, the president's special envoy to the Middle East, will also be present.
Trump has reportedly been briefed on the plan, which has a strong "regional context" behind it, and supports it, according to Haaretz. But Kushner will not reveal details about the plan, per Axios.
White House administration officials say they are most likely to postpone the release of the plan until Israel holds its elections April 9.
Trump has previously said he prefers a two-state solution to the conflict. Palestinians, though, are skeptical and have accused the Trump administration of siding with Israel after Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital and moved the U.S. embassy there.
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