Jordan condemns Dutch far-right leader’s racist stance on Palestine

Geert Wilders
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AMMAN — On Friday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Safadi expressed Jordan's condemnation and rejection of the racist positions declared by Dutch far-right leader Prime Minister Geert Wilder, suggesting a resolution to the Palestinian issue at the expense of Jordan, and denying the Palestinian people's inalienable right to freedom and statehood on their national soil. reported by Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

While Wilders secured a significant number of parliamentary seats, winning the largest share in the elections, it does not guarantee his formation of the next government. Several parliamentary parties have announced their refusal to form a coalition with him.

Palestinian Foreign Ministry condemns and rejects Wilders statements
Meanwhile, On Saturday, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates strongly condemned the "racist" remarks made by Wilders. The Ministry further rejected the statement and said that the call to escalate aggression against our people, blatant interference in its affairs, and its destiny, as reported by Palestinian News Agency (WAFA).

Safadi talked over a phone call to Hanke Bruins Slot, Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, she confirmed her country's respect for the historical friendship between Jordan and the Netherlands, built on mutual respect, endorsing the two-state solution as the path to resolving the conflict and achieving a comprehensive peace.

Both leaders emphasized the commitment to continue enhancing the 70-year-long friendship between the two kingdoms.

The Ministers agreed to hold bilateral talks on the sidelines of the Union for the Mediterranean meeting in Barcelona next Monday, jointly chaired by Jordan and the European Union.

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