President Barack Obama plans to invite the Israeli, Palestinian and Egyptian leaders to the White House in the coming weeks.
The president wants separate talks on moving forward with the Middle East peace process.
The Obama administration says the president hopes to build on recent talks with Jordan's King Abdullah.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, and Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak will be asked to sit down with Obama in the coming weeks.
No dates for the meetings have been set.