The meeting in Amman was with Crown Prince Hassan, since King Abdullah was out of the country.
The $1.275 billion per year represents a $275 million annual increase over the previous MOU.
Appointing the new ambassador is part of the reconciliation between Israel and Jordan, putting an end to the crisis that broke out over the summer between the two countries.
King Abdullah was responding to repeated references by President Trump describing Islam and the United States as being at odds with each other. Trump said on the campaign trail that Muslims hate the US.
Israel offered to provide technology and knowledge for the host of projects necessary to create new infrastructure for the enclave, but funding and materials must come from the international community.
A staff of Israeli workers is back in Amman, mainly for maintenance and cleaning tasks, but no new ambassador has yet been appointed.
The king warned that Trump will not give an early warning, but will simply impose a "huge deal" and the Arab countries and the Palestinian Authority will simply be told to put up or shut up, this is the plan and you have to implement it.
"It is unacceptable to allow this violence-inciting group to remain in the holy place even for another day."
“The United States of America remains committed – if the parties agree – to a two-state solution,” Pence told Jordan's King Abdullah II.
Jordan has demanded the guard stand trial.
Egypt's El-Sisi continues to insist the only solution to the Israel-Palestinian Authority conflict is the "two-state solution."
The deal that allows Israel to return to its embassy in Amman is very similar to that with Ankara after the Mavi Marmara conflict.
“We stand shoulder to shoulder with you in Egypt in the fight against terrorism,” Pence said.
“Israel attaches great importance to its strategic relations with Jordan, and the two countries will act to advance their cooperation."
UNRWA's labor union rejected the agency's diminishing its role "in preserving the identity of the Palestinian refugee and his right to return to his homeland."
It was the first visit to Jerusalem by a senior Jordanian official since U.S. President Trump announced his recognition of the city as Israel's capital.
The Palestinian Authority accused Israel of “declaring war” on its population with the passage of the new law.
“His Majesty King Abdullah ... had sent Their Royal Highnesses letters in appreciation of their service after they were referred to retirement from the JAF."
Other than saying the footprints were found in the northern Negev area, the IDF declined to indicate where exactly the footprints were found.
"It belongs to the Arabs, belongs to the Hashemites, it belongs to King Abdullah, it belongs to us. It is not yours to give. Hands off, please, from our territory.”
Will Jordan also reconsider all the free water Israel sends them too?
The Palestinian Authority has already called for three days of rage.
According to a Friday night report by the Washington Post, President Trump, who has a lot on his plate this week and next, became "agitated and exasperated" at his staff's overly cautious approach to the Jerusalem embassy issue.
Israel still has no plans to cooperate with a Jordanian police investigation of the shootings and turn the guard over, but at least the ambassador will get thrown under the bus.
Israel has recently sent a clear message to Jordan that the Red Sea–Dead Sea Water Conveyance, a.k.a. Two Seas Canal, will not be promoted as long as the Israeli embassy in Amman remains closed.