Jordan, Egypt, Iraq reaffirm tripartite cooperation

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AMMAN — Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Safadi met with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein on the sidelines of the preparatory ministerial meetings for the Arab summit in Algeria, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.اضافة اعلان

The three ministers affirmed the continuation of the three nations’ cooperation under the framework of the tripartite cooperation mechanism, to serve their common interests, and promote Arab cooperation.

During the meeting, the trio ministers commended the three countries’ recent achievements serving their strategic integration within the framework of the tripartite mechanism.

They emphasized the need to follow up on and accelerate the implementation of target projects in order to develop economic potential.

Safadi and Shoukry stressed their countries’ continual support for Iraq and its security and stability, which is a “fundamental pillar” of regional stability and the protection of Arab security.

They also congratulated their Iraqi counterpart on the formation of the new Iraqi government, and reiterated their aspirations to increase cooperation and coordination in various areas.

Safadi also met on Monday with Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the UN and Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya Abdullah Batelli.

In the meeting, Safadi and Batelli discussed developments in the Libyan crisis, with the Jordanian minister stressing the need to work towards a lasting solution agreed upon by the Libyan people, and preserving Libya's capabilities, security, and stability. 

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