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Jordan, Egypt, Palestine hold tripartite talk on Monday

Meeting seeks to ‘break current stalemate’ in Palestine peace process

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Safadi (second left) and General Intelligence Department Director Maj. Gen. Ahmed Husni (first left), on Monday, December 27, 2021 partcipate in a tripartite meeting with their Egyptian and Palestinian counterparts in Cairo. (Photo: Petra)
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AMMAN — Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Safadi and General Intelligence Department Director Maj. Gen. Ahmed Husni, on Monday, participated in a tripartite meeting with their Egyptian and Palestinian counterparts in Cairo. اضافة اعلان

The meeting was held as part of an ongoing coordination to support the Palestinian people and find a political horizon to achieve a just and comprehensive peace based on the two-state solution.

According to the Jordan News Agency, Petra, a statement said that the meeting was within the framework of the three countries' keenness to bolster their strategic relations and their desire to intensify coordination between them to unify efforts towards developments and challenges facing the Palestinian cause, and implement the decisions of the tripartite summit which was held in Cairo on September 2, 2021.

The meeting tackled ways to enhance relations and developments related to the peace process, efforts to strengthen Palestinian unity and assess the situation on the ground in the occupied Palestinian territories in light of the continuation of illegal Israeli measures that undermine the chances of achieving a just peace in the Palestinian lands, including East Jerusalem, the statement said.

The discussion also dealt with efforts to consolidate the truce in the Gaza Strip and start the reconstruction process and find a political horizon to achieve the two-state solution, an independent Palestinian state with occupied East Jerusalem as its capital based on the June 4, 1967 agreement, in accordance with international law and the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative, the statement added.

In this context, a number of proposals to break the current stalemate in the peace process were also discussed, along with contacts made by the three countries at the regional and international levels, it said.

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