August 10, 2022

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Jordan stresses the need to respect the historic and legal status of Jerusalem

Jordan stresses the need to respect the historic and legal status of Jerusalem

King Abdullah II of Jordan emphasized the need to find a political horizon of which the Palestinians are a part, in order to achieve a just, comprehensive and lasting peace based on a two-state solution, and to promote security, stability and regional development. .

During his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid at the Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman yesterday, King Abdullah emphasized the importance of US President Joe Biden’s visit to the region and stressed the need to maintain a comprehensive peace in the coming period. Respect the historical and legal status of Jerusalem and its Islamic and Christian holy sites.

According to the Jordan News Agency (Petra), the meeting dealt with transport, trade, water and energy issues and ways to deal with them.

In turn, the Israeli Prime Minister’s Facebook page said yesterday that during their meeting, the two sides “discussed many opportunities to pour additional content into the peace agreement, improve the long-standing relationship between the two peoples, and promote the common interests of both countries.”

Both parties emphasized the importance of close personal relationship and mutual appreciation as a cornerstone for maintaining regional stability and achieving tangible achievements that benefit the people and the region as a whole.

According to the page, “During the meeting, they discussed US President Joe Biden’s visit to Israel and the region and the possibilities and opportunities this visit brought with it, including regional architecture.”

Both sides discussed promotion of the “Jordan Gateway” project, installation of solar energy facilities in Jordan and water desalination facilities in Israel, mutual tourism in Eilat-Aqaba Gulf, and acceleration of various bilateral projects. Food security.

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The Israeli prime minister and the Jordanian king instructed their two working groups to strive to complete major projects and advance them quickly, and they agreed to deepen ties.


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