The Palestinian diplomacy will witness an active coming two weeks.  Palestinian officials said Wednesday that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas would head for one-day talks in Amman with King Abdullah II of Jordan and some other Jordanian officials.

This visit is part of a long trip Abbas will take, during which he will visit Egypt, Vatican, France, U.S. and Israel.

The sources said that Abbas is scheduled to brief the king and the Jordanian officials on the results of the latest preparations for the summit between the Palestinian President and the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon that would be held on early November.

Abbas is also scheduled to visit Israel for the first time on October 15 to join a ceremony to mark ten years since the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Abbas would then head to Egypt to hold talks with the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, said the sources adding that Abbas would then pay a first visit to the Vatican.

The sources also said that before heading to Washington to hold a meeting in the White House with U.S. President George W. Bush, Abbas is scheduled to meet with French President Jacques Chirac on October 17.