Jordan's King Abdullah II voiced in Amman Wednesday his opposition to any Israeli unilateral steps against the interests of the Palestinians, local press reported.
King Abdullah was quoted as saying that he would inform Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert about the opposition during their planned meeting here Thursday.
Olmert, who became Israeli prime minister on May 4, has been devoted to push his "realignment" plan or convergency plan in a bid to unilaterally fix Israel's final borders by 2010.
Any unilateral step "would raise question marks and a sense of insecurity not only among the Palestinians, but among all the partners of peace in the region," Abdullah told the Israeli daily Yediot Aharonot.
"The ability to improve relations between us and Israel could also be damaged by this unilateral move," he added.
Ehud Olmert is to visit Jordan on Thursday for talks with Abdullah.
Olmert has failed to get support from Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak for his "realignment" plan, which is designed to evacuate about 70,000 Jewish settlements from parts of the West Bank, during their Sunday meeting in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm e- Sheikh.