Kushner outlined the plan's ambitious investment and development goals at a Bahrain conference last month. It relies heavily on private sector investment in the West Bank, Gaza as well as Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.
The plan acknowledges its success depends on completing a long-elusive Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
Trump has cut aid and political support to the Palestinians. Critics say that shows his administration's pro-Israel bias. The U.S. has also refused to endorse a two-state solution that's long been seen as the only viable path to peace.
Kushner's itinerary is being worked out.
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