US President Donald Trump will on Friday speak by telephone with Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, the White House said, in the first call between the two leaders.
Trump received Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House in mid-February.
At that meeting, Trump said he was not bound to the two-state solution for ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, distancing himself from a position held by his predecessors for years.
He said he would back whichever solution -- one-state or two -- that the two sides agreed on.
Abbas spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh confirmed Friday's call to AFP and said the Palestinian leader would "reaffirm his commitment to peace."
The peace process has been deadlocked since April 2014 following the collapse of indirect negotiations led by then secretary of state John Kerry.
The US ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, on Tuesday met for the first time with the Palestinian envoy to the world body, Riyad Mansour.
After the talks, Haley tweeted that the Palestinians should "meet with Israel in direct negotiations rather than looking to the UN to deliver results that can only be achieved through the two parties."