Safadi meets EU envoys on ties

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AMMAN — Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi Monday met with EU member state ambassadors in Amman and emphasized the "strong" Jordan-EU ties, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

Safadi, EU Ambassadors, and EU Delegation Ambassador discussed strengthening cooperation between Jordan and EU member states. They also discussed the latest regional and international developments.

Safadi praised the EU's support for Jordan's development to counter the fallout of regional and international crises.

He touched on the results and outcomes of the fourteenth meeting of the Association Council between Jordan and the EU, held at the Dead Sea in June.

The meeting sets the EU-Jordan partnership's priorities that frame the relationship between Jordan and the EU until 2027, which confirms the common desire to strengthen relations and develop cooperation in joint efforts to resolve regional crises and uphold regional security and stability.

The meeting viewed the developments related to the Palestinian issue and the efforts to find a political breakthrough that would allow a return to serious and effective negotiations to achieve a just peace based on the two-state solution, which Jordan views as the only way to realize peace, praising the EU's support for the two-state solution.

Safadi lauded the EU and EU member states for their support to the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), noting the services the UN agency offers Palestinian refugees.

Safadi noted the need to continue paying attention to the victims of crises, praising what the international community has provided to Jordan to help bear the burden of the Syrian refugee crisis, highlighting the "remarkable" decline in international support for refugees.

Safadi added that Joran is looking forward to continued cooperation and coordination with its partners in the EU to realize shared goals in solving regional crises and achieving development, security, and stability.

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