Jared Kushner will visit the Middle East later this month in the hopes of winning support for his peace plan from leaders throughout the region, Politico reports. The president's son-in-law will reportedly share important details regarding the economic part of the Trump administration’s Middle East peace plan for the first time during the trip. “Jared is going to present the economic plan to the region,” a senior administration official was quoted as saying. “The economic plan only works if the region supports it...We understand that if the political aspect of it is not solid, the economic aspect is meaningless. But at the same time the political aspect will not succeed without a proper economic plan.” The White House is also slated to release a finalized plan for a negotiated solution in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the coming months, though it will most likely come after Israel's elections set for April 9.