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The secretary of State is hitting the phones to try and ease the conflict in the Middle East.
Hopes for a resumption of peace talks appear slim.
Jen Psaki said the United States is "disappointed" in the move by the PLO.
A meeting comes just before a deadline to complete talks on a framework for peace.
The announcement follows a report that Kerry recently angered the Palestinian leader.
"It always seems impossible until it is done,” Kerry said.
Kerry will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu next week.