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Doghmi meets Iraqi, Tunisian envoys

(Photo: Petra)
AMMAN — Speaker of Lower House Abdel Karim Al-Doghmi on Sunday discussed separately with Iraq's ambassador Haider Adhari and Tunisia's, Khaled Al-Suhaili, prospects for joint parliamentary cooperation, and ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation in all fields, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

During the meeting with the Iraqi envoy, Doghmi affirmed Jordan's keenness, under His Majesty King Abdullah II's leadership, to achieve Iraq's security, stability and protect its sovereignty, stressing the importance of building on outcomes of the tripartite Jordanian-Iraqi-Egyptian summits.

Jordan, he said, believes that Iraq's stability and its territorial integrity push "the nation's resilience and strength," stressing the importance of supporting Iraq's efforts in combating terrorism and extremism to restore its stability and assume its role at the Arab arena.

The Iraqi diplomat, for his part, said his country "highly" appreciates Jordan's supportive stances for Iraq under His Majesty King Abdullah II's leadership, pointing out that Iraq is on the cusp of the presidential elections to complete its democratic path.

The envoy also highlighted the importance of enhancing joint cooperation in economic and investment areas, adding that both countries have "remarkable" opportunities to achieve common interests.

In talks with Tunisian ambassador, Doghmi stressed the importance of strengthening joint parliamentary relations, pointing to the "deep-rooted, brotherly" relations between the two countries, and calling on maintaining coordination and consultation on main Arab issues, foremost is the Palestinian cause.

The Tunisian envoy stressed his country's keenness to increase prospects for joint cooperation with Jordan.

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