AMMAN: According to the Jordan News Agency, British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly met with Jordan’s King Abdullah II on Thursday.
The meeting was also attended by Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah, Jordan’s Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, the Director of His Majesty’s Office Jafar Hassan, and British Ambassador Bridget Brind.
King Abdullah emphasized the close relations between his nation and the UK and expressed a wish to continue coordination and broaden collaboration in a number of areas for the benefit of shared goals.
Additionally, he praised the UK’s assistance for refugees as well as its support for Jordan’s economy and development.
The most recent regional and global developments were discussed, as well as the significance of promoting calm in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and stopping unilateral actions that would damage prospects for stability and peace.
In order to guarantee the creation of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, King Abdullah emphasized the necessity of achieving a just and complete peace on the basis of the two-state solution.
The refugee crisis, its effects on host communities, and the importance of maintaining international aid for refugees were other topics covered at the summit.
intelligently applauded Jordan’s efforts to host refugees, provide for their medical and educational needs, and the nation’s role in promoting peace in the region.
To strengthen the UK’s ties in the Middle East, Cleverly started a three-day trip there on Tuesday.
The journey, which will take them to Qatar, Kuwait, and Jordan, comes after the UK government declared that Jordanian and Gulf nationals will gain access to a new electronic travel authorization visa program