Gaza crisis: Jordan and UK discuss urgent humanitarian aid

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AMMAN – On Wednesday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ayman Safadi, met up with the British Foreign Secretary, David Cameron.اضافة اعلان

Safadi and Cameron discussed the catastrophic war in Gaza and the efforts made to achieve a ceasefire. The ministers agreed on the urgency of adopting mechanisms to ensure the entry of aid into the strip to confront the worsening humanitarian crisis.

Safadi emphasized the urgent need for an immediate halt to the aggression on Gaza and warned of its disastrous humanitarian, security, and political consequences.

He reaffirmed the Kingdom's steadfast position in rejecting any approach that deals with Gaza from a security perspective separately from the West Bank, outside the framework of a comprehensive plan to end the conflict and achieve a just and permanent peace based on the two-state solution.

Safadi reiterated the Kingdom's firm rejection of any attempt to displace Palestinians within their land and beyond. He highlights the importance of the Security Council adopting the resolution presented by the UAE on behalf of the Arab Group, focusing on delivering humanitarian aid.

The ministers also discussed the situation in the West Bank and the dangerous escalation occurring, emphasizing the need to stop settler terrorism. They mentioned bilateral relations between the two countries and affirmed their joint commitment to enhance them in all areas, particularly economically.

Cameron commended Jordan's prominent role, led by His Majesty, in efforts to resolve regional crises and enhance security, stability, and peace in the region.